You know what is handy about living in Kentucky? that things like this are actually in your back yard.
Well... I don't know. Maybe things like this are in everybody's back yard. But just let me believe we are special.
This is a local park near our house that Nick grew up fishing and playing in. The trails are easy and shady and it was all around a good local outdoor activity for our sweet boy. I am not much into hiking, but this type of trail I can handle.
Did I mention there are fish? Because someone was very excited about 'DA FISH!'and also about 'DA WATER!!' and even 'MAMA! MAMA! A STICK! I GONNA THROW IT IN DA WATER!!'
Oh. Don't even start about the turtles.
Henry's first fish of the year. Exciting stuff. He immediately said he wanted to pet it. Then thought a little more about it and declared "MAMA PET IT!"
Henry and Mama enjoying the view from the bridge
Working their way across the stream for some better fishing.
Heading home after an awesome day (an hour) in the Great Outdoors
"This being outside stuff is exhausting. Someone want to carry me bac....Wait a minute."
"A BIRD!! A BIRD!! A BIRD!! TWEET TWEET TWEET"
"False Alarm. He flew away."
"Let's blow this join. Who's up for milkshakes? I'll drive."