I am a not so recently retired social studies teacher and basketball coach. Still hunting birds though now with a camera instead of a gun.
Nature devotee, dog lover, birder, gardener and semi-retired all around outdoor adventure seeker.
Troutbirder II is my alter ego. He loves books and history and is an opponent of unnecessary, unplanned and unending "preemptive wars". A former moderate Republican, he spent the Bush II years gradually converting to "yellow dog" Democrat. He is now somewhat unhappy with the Democrats abandonment of unions and cozying up to Wall Street. This is promoting a gradual drift towards Democratic Socialism though he remains "flexible...
Caramel Apples! I haven't had one of those in years!! Looks like a fun time.
Those apple farms are great fun! I can't hack caramel apples anymore so I have to content myself with sliced apples and caramel dip. Still just as good!
We enjoyed some local grown apples with some cream cheese dip just this evening! We had an extra 6 year old boy over, and boy did he love them. Beautiful grandchildren, Mr. & Mrs. T!
It must be so wonderful for you to have these visits. I tend to miss mine when I don't see them for a couple of days.
I live caramel apples but I don't dare eat them today (fillings). Nice to have the son and grand kids visit you!
This looks like so much fun. I LOVE caramel apples. I don't indulge myself often, but I think if one goes out apple picking, then one must have a caramel apple. You look like you are really enjoying your time with the grands.
Beautiful family, such smiles.
HAHA, it has to be so hard to eat a caramel apple when your front teeth haven't come in yet (it's hard enough when you've got them all)! It's lovely to see the grand-kids growing and having so much fun, in large part, of course, due to their cool grandparents!
great shots. I love a visit to the apple orchard. we didn't make it the one here this fall and we are all a little disappointed.
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