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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Fun at Jellystone, Then to Our New Home Base

At Sunset Shores RV Park, Willis, Texas...

As we did last year, we treated grandsons Mason and Pryce and--oh yes--their parents, Tyler and Mindy, to a long weekend at Jellystone Park in Burleson, Texas. This was, of course, part of our master plan to spoil the boys to the greatest extent possible. Why, you ask? Because we're grandparents; that's what grandparents do, silly! Here are a few photos of the fun times:

Mindy and Pryce need their shades in the bright sunlight at Jellystone.

Mason and Yogi 

Pryce is not what you would call a photo hound.
After closing down the water park and saying goodbye to Yogi, we drove down to Sunset Shores on Lake Conroe where we will spend a couple of weeks. We really like this quiet and shady RV park built right on the lakefront, not too far from Tyler and Mindy and the boys. This will probably serve as a sort of home base for us when we're not roaming the country. 

One of the things we like to do for our busy offspring is to take over a home-cooked meal now and then. Today was one of those days, and we provided dinner for them consisting of some of their favorites: Smothered steak, fresh creamed corn, green beans, crescent rolls and strawberry pie. Here's a photo of chef Pryce helping with the rolls:

We wouldn't take anything for the privilege of being a part of their young lives. They keep us laughing most of the time, and we think that's a big part of keeping us young at heart. 

Thank you, Lord, for this wonderful life; please forgive me if I don't appreciate it enough each day.

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