One great thing about DC is that it's close to a lot of places! Having lived here for almost six months, it's become quite obvious Sean has no time for day trips. Luckily, I have an adventurous friend.**
Oddly enough, she still wanted to hang out with me just hours after having watched my children. :)
Upon meeting at her house, I was bombarded again with the fact that one day, I will have to get a dog for these boys of mine. Zack is just too much. He is so calm and gentle and wonderful. All the boys love him, but Simon especially.
This sign just made me laugh. You know you're in West Virginia when...
So beautiful. I was so thankful to be riding shotgun vs driving on this particular day. :)
He was mad because my hair was blowing in his face. :)
I never get to be in pictures with the boys! Thanks, Rhonda!
It was then that Rhonda mentioned it was a wildlife management area.
"Hm...bears. Does West Virginia have a lotta bears?"-I wondered aloud.
"Uh, didn't think about that."-Rhonda.
"The only thing we're missing at this point it high heels. Our husbands would kill us for not turning around."-me
In the end, having not seen another soul, we opted to back in to a spot, half way up the mountain. Compromise!
The boys were thrilled to climb. When Felix almost fell off the side of the cliff, I put the kibosh on that. The child wasn't content to slowly make his way up and down the jagged cliffs, he wanted to run up and down them.
Throw, throw, throw.