• Guess where we went today ??

    If you bring a football and a tennis ball they will come.  We decided that we would go to the Earl in the morning.  Jimmy came and joined us as did Mommy.  Laura had already eaten and enjoyed the alone time at home I think.

    Hey, could you believe that they painted the windows of Old Black Gordon red???  I have to get used to it I suppose.  So we were there and played some catch with the football and tennis ball.

    So if you look under the trolley you will see our tennis ball.  Jackie almost went under the trolley to get it but I told him not to.  So we went on the trolley ride once again.  Its a fun time for sure.

    I have to say, these kids are so fun to hang out with.  Thankfully they dont mind coming down here at all.  As i get older I enjoy these simpler things like sitting on a trollley that does the same route we have done probably a hundred times and the conductor says the same thing about the trolley that we could probably tell him.  Yes, the trolley was reclaimed from a junk yard in New Orleans and has been restored, and if we want to go see the Trolley museum in Kennebunkport we will see many more trolleys of all condition.....and on it goes.  In such a good way though.  The kids are always well behaved.  They seem to really enjoy it. 
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