Our sweet grandson Kierian was able to spend a couple days and one night with us. What a joy and a blessing he is. Mom is training him well....he is becoming a real man...praying for us all in Cheddars...love you Kierian.
Pizza and the cutest rescue dog ever...hard to believe this puppy was dirty and matted. She had a sweet personality. Kierian found a heart shape rock down by the river so I put it in the Natural Treasures Box. See it Kier?
Opa, Opa has tied Kier to the Picnic table by his shoe strings.
Our view from the campsite was very beautiful...the black spots were army helicopters flying over head...at least 8 of them...
There was excitement at the campground one evening that not one person woke up to see. Evidently a car raced through the curvy camp ground roads and missed the last turn. The car flew off the 20-25 foot cliff and slid across the field about 100 feet. Looking close at the picture you can see the skid mark. In the panoramic view the car went off the left side of picture. Not one person knew about it until morning when the car with both doors open was seen in the field. No one can figure out how they raced through the camp ground so fast that they skid 100 feet after impact. We did not even notice until the car was towed away. The car had dealer plates on it.