I'm visiting youngest daughter. She has two little people in her house and I had forgotten how tired you get with the schedule you must keep for little people. I will need some R & R when I get home. The schedule I'm talking about starts a bit before 6 am and is non stop all day. So here are some photos for you to enjoy. I've had such a fun time here. It's only 3 hours away but I don't see them near enough!
Click to enlarge and see that great pile of metal junk
we got all the bags and surprise garden box all in the car
and it's time to take Grammie to the house. The trip wasn't without event
A large truck carrying what appeared to be a large plane body tried to make his way through town, not easy to do and we watched
Papa had made a gardening box for the family and after naps we put it together.
Nothings more fun for little people than tools. Big people love tools too!
The next day we made our soil.
It has been into the high 80's since I got here so work is really hard in this kind of heat
So is play as we found out a day later
She looks trapped doesn't she.
This is a neighborhood wood hunt we went on.
Found tons of bits of wood all over. Still lots of building going on here.
Natalie and I practiced our "Raspberries"
The next morning while it was only warm we went to the park right by the river
We tested the slides
We tested the river water
Picked the wild flowers, and met a Fairy furniture maker
Logan took mom on a wild slide ride!
Then mom took Natalie on a wild little slide ride
We steered the boat one way
We steered the boat another way
And another way!
As the heat grew we kicked around the cotton wood fluff, sneezing....
more and more Cotton Wood
We traveled the hot, very hot river trail looking for rocks to toss in the water
Sitting on the fallen log as promised
We hiked back in the heat and sought comfort under the cotton woods
Hope that Claritin holds on.
We even poised for the camera propped on the picnic table
More adventures with the little people tomorrow.