Another weekend of this and that, so get ready for another picture fest. One of these days I will figure out how to post so that only the first part of the blog post shows up, that way you don't have to wait for all the pictures to load if you don't want to. But it's Trinity, so who wouldn't want to?
Wings Over Baker happened this weekend, so we took Autumn's folks' Plymouth out for the car show and I played with the Baker City Elks Drum and Bugle Corps. It was a good time with some fun flying and good friends! Here is Trinity playing (on) my drum.
The aerobatics were something else, even Trinity sat still for a minute to watch the planes fly around. Thanks to all the pilots who came and put on a great show!
The Plymouth, fun car to drive!
Saturday morning Autumn ended up having to work, so Trinity and I went out to the air show again and had huckleberry pancakes. I think that we are going to have to get her a separate meal, since she ate over half of mine. That girl likes her some flapjacks! We rode out with Ava (pictured above) and Jennifer, since Jennifer and her husband were working the airshow. So Trinity and Ava and I goofed around most of the morning. Here's the two little cuties in the convertible.
Here's Trinity's impersonation of a tight-rope walker. She was being soooo careful not to step off the side! Good work girl!
Back at home, we played around and generally made a mess and pulled out every toy that Trinity owns. Ava tops it all off here with a monkey impression. Good noises too!
Then it was off to a birthday party after nap time, so we piled into the Plymouth again and headed out. The girls messed up their hair...
...but had fun doing it!
It's hard to see how much frosting is on Ava's lips, but there was plenty!
Trinity dove in too, go figure that kids love cake and ice cream...who knew?
But wait, the day isn't over yet...we still have Relay for Life to do. So we went out to the high school and did a few laps for a good cause. We made Trinity do all the hard work.
Hopefully only the first of many times to come.
It was some serious work walking all the way around the track. Trinity thought that the mister was a fabulous place to stop and take a break. And now I am going to take a break and go to bed. G'nite!