Scott loves Story Time at the library. The staff reads books and has all kinds of activities for the kids. Afterwards the kid are allowed to play with the room with their friends.
We moved the motor home to a new location. It's only about 500 yards from the old location but we have much better cell service at the new location.
We made an excursion to Las Vegas to have a fun day for Scott.
He was delighted when we got the front car on the Tram and was pretending to "drive" the tram.
This is one great location for kite flying with lots of wind and no trees or power lines.
We're winding down on our weed pulling. We'll make the last foray this afternoon. By the time we finish we'll have pulled over a thousand pounds of Sahara Mustard this season. The next project: fixing the fence around a spring!
We bought some training wheels for our kayaks. Actually they're portaging dollies. They fold out and we put them under the kayaks so that we can roll them to the water. Where we're now parked it's about a half-mile each way but we can't get any closer with the motor home. As always, Scott's favorite position is with Susan so he can play in the water as we paddle.
Scott and Susan utilizing Scott's sand pile. It surprises many people to know that the desert is not all sand. In our new location there's a large patch of deep sand in front of the motor home. We have to rake out the debris but once that's done it's a great place for Scott to play.
The reason for our trip to Vegas was to take Scott to the Shark Reef at the Mandolay Bay Casino/Hotel. It's a huge aquarium with all kinds of salt-water critters including this White Crocodile and countless sharks and other types of fish. In some places the path tunnels under the water and you walk on glass floors so you have fish swimming above and below you.
Scott was enthralled with all the colorful fish.
One of our neighbors. This old bull has a problem with horn growth. His are curving around into the side of his head.
This area has some of the most beautiful sunrises and sunsets in the world. (This is the sunrise!)
Scott, being five-years-old never sits still ... or upright! He's like a perpetual motion machine.
Now it's time to get serious about getting our taxes figured up. Yuch!