Friday, May 30, 2008
Monday, May 26, 2008
One afternoon, Scott and Gus used some of our resort bucks and logged some father-son time at the waterpark. Actually, to tell the truth, Scott spent the entire morning there too:) There are only so many things you can do when your partner is under 42" tall.
Another afternoon was spent getting our sports fix.
Tennis, anyone? (We're looking for a smaller racket.)
Oma and Opa came to spend the last few days with us.
We finished up the trip with a visit to my Aunt Emilie and Uncle Steve's house for a scrumptious breakfast and a tour of their amazing gardens. Then, it was back in the car for the ride home. Let's just say we survived:)
Tuesday, May 20, 2008
Gus participated in his first (of many) timeshare presentations. This was our fourth and this particular resort bribed us with 100 resort dollars to use on the premises. Not the best gift we've "received," but we didn't complain.
We took Gus to one of the indoor pools. They said the water was 84 degrees, but I'm not buying it. As a result, Gus wasn't in the pool long. Although he seemed perfectly content, we took him out after his lips turned a muted shade of blue. It was kind of a let down. We were all dressed up with nowhere to go!
The next day we went up into the Shenandoah National Park. Much of Skyline Drive was built during the Great Depression and this was a monument to the Civilian Conservation Corp. Gus was paying his respects.
More later. It's late.