Today's photos are too much fun to pass up! We've been having rain, rain and more rain here, which means lots of water in the creek. My post last week showed creeks from here and there; this week my post is from one creek yesterday --- the home creek. The photographer was my daughter Rebecca. She says that on the way down toward the waterfalls they kind of thought they could keep their feet dry, but on the way back they gave up on that idea since it wasn't working at all well anyway. Very spunky kids, and very wet.
THE WAY DOWN, amazed by all that rushing water, trying to stay dry:
GIVING UP ON STAYING DRY, turning back from the hanging tree and heading home:
BACK AT THE BARN, emptying the boots, checking on the cats:
|soggy barn, soggy kids, wonderful afternoon|
Note: I'm a bit anxious that this creek exploring is happening in February, which is supposed to be our winter, so it seems an appropriate time to mention that with science telling us this is climate change in action, we need to continue paying attention and speaking up even more on behalf of our kids and the generations to come all over the world.
Also, remember you can click on one of the photos and they all line up at the bottom of your screen and can then be seen in a larger size, one by one. Enjoy!