After church we headed to grandma and grandpa’s house in Red Wing. With some unseasonably warmer weather you both enjoyed more great snowboarding. This time dad groomed a path with grandpa’s snowmobile.
This is one way to get back up the hill.
With such a warm winter day in Wisconsin it was the perfect day for you guys to try out your new snowboards from Christmas. Grandpa and Grandma Fish really have the ideal land for it at their house in Red Wing. You both really seemed to get the hang of it quickly.
Kenny – You got pretty tired out after a couple runs but as a kid with mild cerebral palsy you were AMAZING! We are so proud of your hard work and determination.
You might have fallen asleep if we stayed much longer!
Here is a video we posted on You-Tube from the day.
We make the trek to Red Wing to visit my parents for the day. The kids sure enjoyed getting pulled on the sled.
Tammy’s parents have been up in Redwing for a while this spring. Since it just takes a little over an hour, the Tammy and the kids drove down to visit Grandma and Grandpa and were able to come back home the same day.
It is nice to see that teeter totters still exist. They just have a lot more safety features than when I was a kid. We got a long board over blacktop and we were lucky to have handles. Now they have seat belts, backrests, and a padded surface underneath.
I don’t even know what this is called, but Emma enjoyed it.
This would not be allowed at the park. A good old fashioned swing with a rope, just more thrilling. To the front a 4 feet drop off, to the rear 8 feet. For the most part Kenny liked it.
He did get a little concerned when Emma got control of the rope.
With the roles reverse things went just fine. Emma was happy and Kenny enjoyed being in control.