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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by interurban, Apr 1, 2003.
And here He is with our Lab Barron (who has been here before )
And here she comes
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See the last of the snow fly of the track
But a nice shot
O boy he loved it
All the different STUFF
Here is Mum and Son they had a good view
Well Barron has got all the sticks we threw, so it`s time for Coffee Hot Chocolate and home.
That was our April 1st 2003 treat.
That sure is a cute one. (The little one I mean). The rest are all right to.
Chris, that's some superb terrain you live close to. Great picture opportunities there and you seem to have a knack of making the best of it .
I bet you're gonna be bugged with "Grapaw, Grapaw, when we gonna go see more trains Grapaw, huh? ... When?" .
There's nothing like the enthusiasm of the young ones eh?
Thanks Dick He is great
Hi Errol he already drags my down to the train room. I taught him young
Pretty neat, thanks for posting it looks like a good time was had by all.
Although it looks quite cold there...
You can see and read how warm your heart was to take the little
one. Sharing that time warms our hearts, too. Thanks.
Great pics Chris!! Man are you gonna "get it" when he starts asking for his own trains..
But that's what grandkids are for, "spoil 'em & give 'em back" LOL
Best of luck to all of you!!!
Thanks Friends, His name is William, and his other grand Dad bought him a lot of the Thomas the Tank Engine Stuff. Gonna build him a table Soooon
OOOOOOO the play time
Chris those shots are priceless. Nice to see the little guy having fun with his grandad! And it looks like your knee must be on the mend too!
Hi Val, Yes they are priceless, am I glad I have a digital Camera I took 49 shots in 2 minutes
The Knee is healing at long last after a few bad days.
Got ta go William is taking me to the train room
Nice photos Chris. Its great to have family with you enjoying trains. None of my grandchildren have any interest in railroads or model railroads. Have to wait for great grandchildren. Not to far away as my oldest grandson has been married for a year now.
If my memory serves me as much as it could thru the ages- I'll never forget standing at Wissahickon Station- mom and dads hands holding mine- knee high to both, as a BIG GROWLING RACING power house of a Reading Lines "Push-Pull" swept pass us.