a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Driving For Dalton...

Spring Break, although shortened by the snow, still happened.  I drove to meet Dalton half way so he could spend a few days with Andrew.  Less than two hundred miles round trip, we crossed Norfork Lake and Dam with scenery along the way.

Andrew was in charge of the camera during the trip.  Be prepared, our trip through the eyes of a thirteen-year-old young man.

8 comments:

Rural Rambler said...

Looked like a good trip! Interesting shots from Andrew's point of interest. I think I saw me some military type vehicles. This post has a decidedly masculine kinda theme today :) Oh, and Gail, thank you :) We had a very nice time and I took your advice and took it back to where it was fun :)

Nezzy said...

A great job Andrew showin' us the trip through the eyes of a cool dude! We all need to look at things from a little different perspective. Thanks Andrew for sharin' yours.

Have a fun day Gail and high five that Andrew Dude for me!!! :o)

B. WHITTINGTON said...

I love reading your blog and checking out all the photos. Your love of the farms certainly comes through, Gail, and I love the photo of you on the paint. My daughter just added a third horse, Dakota, and he's beautiful.
Well off here to do something constructive. I could blog eternally forever.
Blessings. Barb

Rae said...

Cool photos. I enjoyed the ride along.

Rising Rainbow said...

Looked like a boys point of view on the pics. That's cool!

Carol............. said...

Just checking in to say "HI"...

Always love looking at pictures.

mrscravitz said...

I LOVE the camera through a childs eye!

Pat said...

Interesting shots and cool angles! Thanks for sharing!

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