They also saw a coyote go through our yard at the farmhouse.
Well I kept Riley and Sat. we headed out for our day of adventure. First we stopped at a couple yard sales.
At this one yard sale there was a little girl and she was showing Riley all sorts of things. Riley ended up getting a purse and jewelry box and play cell phone case. It was so cute, we drove by this one house that had bicycles setting all in a row at their house, there must have been at least 50 bikes. (the people must buy old bikes and fix them up to sale).
It was so cute, Riley looked at me and said, "Wow maw, alot of kids sure live in that house and that house is little, I bet some of them have to sleep in the kitchen in sleeping bags." That really made me laugh, kids can say the cutest things.
We stopped at Walmart of course for a toy, one for her brother too.
Then we ate lunch at pizza hut, I let her pick where we should eat.
We also stopped at a really nice museum called, "America on Parade", it is located at Shenandoah Caverns in Mt. Jackson, Va.
The museum has old floats that were displayed in many parades such as the Rose Bowl and many other parades. I wasn't aware that the floats were so large.
She said she looked like a princess in mine. He He
grandkids sure are a joy.
And little Jake came over and spent last night with us, he will be two next month and talking up a storm.
All three are so special in their own way!!! They are lots of fun!