Exploring paths less traveled
LOL Dad sure taught a good lesson with his high flight.
What a great post Janie. It looks like everyone is having fun. That helicopter picture was a keeper too.
What fun you all had. The boys - young and older - must really have enjoyed themselves :-)
HA HA HA Janie.... those darn trees do have a habit of getting in the way, don't they???? Reminded me of the times when my sons would build airplanes and then fly them RIGHT into the top of a tree..... Oh Well!!!!Hope they got it DOWN....Hugs,Betsy
That is a great shot of grandpa looking as if a statue. Lucky for you, the grandchildren are happy with simple toys like the airplane. My two grandson's (6&7) get all these high tech electronic gadgets - Ipod, flip-camera, some type of gizmo game for the TV, inline skates (they will grow out of before summer arrives) and on and on. I refuse to go that route with them. I made them both scooters (they're on my blog). I think by now they know what to expect from grandpa.
Wonderful family fun! I love how enthusiastic the kids appear to be and that their dad wanted to be in on the fun too!
What a great time although the little girls looks a bit chilly! :)
From such small beginnings the future of American aeronatical enginerring is quite assured. Now start saving up for them grandma as engineering schools are getting extrmely expensive. :)
Ouch! I hope it was strong styrofoam! (Also, how the heck did he get it down?) My Grands would love this. Looks like everyone had fun. (Even the photographer!)
The simple stuff always ends up being the most fun, doesn't it?
looks like the guys had a great time....
Uh-oh. Makes me think of Charlie Brown and his kite-eating tree. Looks like everyone was having a great time!
Darn trees! I guess the little guys should have stayed on the controls.
Great time to spend it with grandchildren. It's a blessing joy by all means! Hugs to all.
aww that looks like fun! I used to love throwing those things around! (okay, I still do ..ha!)
Those tree's pop up in the strangest of places!!!!!
Hilarious sequence, especially with the "not so surprising" ending. Isn't that always the case. Really terrific photos. I'd always given the scenery too much credit it your previous adventures, but now I can see you have an eye for detail and capturing the moment. :^)
Grandpa is a kid magnet I suspect. What a glider! I need one. I don't know where I'd fly it.