I started this week of Thanksgiving with family memories of mini-golf in Kansas City, Gateway Arch and City Museum in St Louis but now turn to other items of gratitude. The move last August to Kansas City was tough, as we left behind wonderful friends in Winona and moved further away from extended family. Family is very important to us and we make the one-way 9+ hour drive quite often.
We were in central Minnesota two weeks ago and were able to spend time with my sister and her family. Below are three photos from the weekend.
|I believe the toy plane crashed into the photographers head here, getting a reaction from all but Danielle and grandparents.|
|Z man may have his work cut out for him as the only grandson.|
|Too often we forget to take family portraits, but luckily we had everything set up and a few willing volunteers.|
As we talked to our parents today, I was reminded there are positives with being in Kansas City that offset the negative of missing family at the great distance.
Today's high was 67, and might have been one of a few in which you could not fly a kite. We tried anyways.
We spent over an hour playing at the Wyandotte County Lake Park. The item in the video below was vicious, and disorientated everyone quickly. We perhaps played too long, as Danielle (Seen here on another VIDEO) was still feeling the effects an hour later. The Lake has also hosted some amazing birds, but a quick scan tonight only revealed expected species.
|My best digi-scoping picture to date, it doesn't really compare to my best photo from today however with the DSLR.|