Check it out - first stop Prehistoric World in Morrisburg, ON!
My grandchildren, Oceanne and Summer.
They were joined by my step-granchildren, Yanie and Loik.
Even the adults joined in the fun!
|Pascale under attack!|
Prehistoric World has been around for 31 yrs now. It is filled with 50 life-sized dinosaurs complete with an info-filled tablet on each species and a sand pit filled with fossils for the kids to root through.
As you can see, our family has been enjoying this attraction for years. Here's Jeff at age 5 and me with Daniel, age. The place hasn't changed a bit as you can see in the photo of Jeff and Pascale that follows these two pics.
|Jeff & Pascale|
After returning home from the afternoon we filled our faces with an awesome meal of pork tenderloin, rice, corn on the cob and greek salad. It was topped off with peanut butter pie and chocolate sauce. I couldn't believe how much these kids could eat! It was time to head off to the park and work it all off.
Bob stayed at the house and cleaned up, bless him, but it wasn't long before he joined us too!
This one was a little on the blurry side and not too flattering (lol!) so here's a much better pic of him.
It wasn't long after returning home before it was lights out since everyone was pretty wiped out.
The next day turned out to be just as gorgeous as the previous one.....definitely boating weather. Bob took the whole family out in two shifts for a tour on the St. Lawrence River.
Poor little Summer is sporting a mark on the bridge of her nose from a collision with a Frisbee during a visit to her Grandpa John. The kids spent the day at the beach with their Grandpa a day or so earlier.
Summer is Grandma's girl though and spent time in the gazebo with me whispering secrets in my ear.
We had an amazing visit with them! Congratulations if you've stuck it out this far through all these family pics. I only see my grandchildren a couple of times a year so you have to bear with me over my gushing and numerous photos. A lot of this is for the benefit of my mom and siblings too.
All good things must come to an end though and it was time for them to head back home to Quebec where they have a camping trip planned. You can't leave without a family photo! My son Chris was the only one absent. Unfortunately he had made plans weeks ago with some friends and couldn't join us.
Thanks for dropping by and I hope your summer plans are going well. For us, the next adventure will be a visit from longtime friends and then off to Muskoka. Can't wait!