8/12/09

Toot! Toot!

One of my goals for our recent camping trip was for Bear to get to ride a real train. (Thomas the Tank Engine is big in our house.)

We all piled on the K&T Railroad for a train ride through the forest.

Bear loved it.


The Train Ride 2

Can you tell?

He really actually did love it, he's just concentrating. He's not nearly as grumpy as the other two could be.

(And the picture looks all crazy exposed because my camera is horked up and it makes me want to SOB.)


IMG_1061

The scenery was as lushly green as summer gets, with a side of hot and sticky.

Bear on Train

He got to hang out the window, hear the whistle blow, and feel the clackity-clack of the track. (And look! My camera decided to focus.)



Bear Asleep on Train

As the train pulled into the station, Bear collapsed on his grandfather's lap. Who knew train riding would be so exhausting.

9 comments:

the sandwich life said...

oh man....that picture of him sleeping just gets me....I can't believe my babies aren't that small anymore....

Amy said...

Sandwich- I love how they will just fall asleep anywhere, just close their eyes and boom- they're out! He had missed his nap and the train ride was 3 hrs, so he was very tired!

Amy said...

Sandwich- I love how they will just fall asleep anywhere, just close their eyes and boom- they're out! He had missed his nap and the train ride was 3 hrs, so he was very tired!

Michelle Smiles said...

How sweet!

mudmama said...

GORGEOUS scenery! Where is that? I don;t know if you have done this yet or not, but come on by my latest blog when you can- I photo tagged ya ;)

Lori said...

I love the picture of him asleep, so sweet..

I'm so happy for him, getting to ride on a train is very exciting. He will have to tell The Princess all about his adventure.

Nap Warden said...

Those little guys, they just run around until they tucker themselves out. I have to get my Little Man on a train...well done Mom!

Amy said...

This was in Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area on the border of eastern TN & KY.

Audrey at Barking Mad! said...

Awwww precious.

There is just *something* about little boys and trains.

Blog Designed by: NW Designs