Sunday, July 08, 2007

We are back from visiting Ian, Mandy, and Ainsley. We had a good time, helping out around the house, visiting, and meeting Ainsley.

Dianne wants to correct some misinformation she gave out. Ainsley's middle name is Elizabeth.

The first pictures are of Ainsley Elizabeth Frank.

Ian dressing Ainsley after a bath.
Dianne's a happy, proud grandmother.
Me holding Ainsley
Dianne is entertaining Ainsley while dinner is being BBQ'ed.
This quilt was made by Mandy's mom.
Read the shirt.
On the 3rd Dianne and I went to Leavenworth Washington for our Anniversary. On the way there we stopped to eat lunch beside the railroad tracks. This was our view.
Out our hotel window. I liked the pattern made by the roofs. Notice the second house over. There were at least two other roofs that didn't fit in the picture.
Leavenworth decided to be a Bavarian town to attract tourists after the railroad moved.
I'm listening to the story teller also.
On the 4th we drove down to Wenatchee and visited Ohme Gardens (pronounced oh-me). It is a nine acre site built by Mr. Ohme out of a rocky dry hilltop. It overlooks an industrial part of town and the river.
A piece of wood placed in the garden.
There are numerous lawns and flower gardens.
There are many small ponds as you wander down and back up the hill.
I didn't want you to think that I've changed too much, so here's my car picture. After we left Wenatchee we headed back to Ian and Mandy's. On the freeway I see the car with the hood up in this picture, and we turn around to see what it was. It's a '56 Dodge Custom Royal. Later I called the yard and it is being held for a person in Iraq. The town is George, Washington. On the 4th they have a celebration with live music, a few crafts, free pieces of the worlds largest cherry pie, and a small car show.


Blogger JonsterMom said...

Looks like you guys had fun! It's great to see some new pictures of Ainsley.


7/9/07, 11:39 AM  
Blogger Granny Smith said...

What darling pictures of Ainsley, especially with her proud grandmother! Your trip sounds great.


7/17/07, 1:33 PM  

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