If you’ve followed the blog from before (at Wordpress and not moved over here yet) then you’ll know that a trip to Texas means visiting my grandkids, now ages 2 and 4-1/2. So this blog post is mostly full of my favorite cute grandkid photos—and that is why there are so many photos—because when they are your grandkids they are all cute, right?
Gathering eggs in the morning.
Kasen usually has a truck or tractor or dinosaur (“eye-eye”) with him.
Kirby pushed her brother on HER unicorn swing briefly before commandeering it for herself.
Coming back from an “adventure” to the far side of the property before getting ready to go to town. One of more cats are usually following.
Two kids on the way to town. There was an open house at the studio where Kirby goes to a weekly dance class. We went there first and then to the playground at Kirby’s school.
After the playground we went to the Heritage Museum of the Texas Hill Country, a privately owned property that features dinosaur tracks. The website states: “The museum has over 200 dinosaur tracks and 28 separate trackways made approximatly 110 million years ago. They are a part of the upper Glen Rose Formation of the early Cretaceoues period.” A non-profit was set up to provide protection for the property as to preserve it as an educational venue.
There is a sandbox where the visitors can unearth “fossils”.
More dinosaur tracks in an accessible area.
Back home there was time for the trampoline (“champerine” as Kirby says)…
…and a walk down the road.
Making cornbread muffins for dinner.