What’s up with the grandkids (and kids) …

Before we kick off coverage of our journey to the East Coast, we thought we’d share some local happenings with the grand-kids. After spending time with Felicity at Grandparents day, we went to the same function for Parker (5th grade). What a great idea for the school to engage grandparents in the education. Here we are with Parker at the event for his class.

Ever been to Rudy’s? You don’t know what you are missing! It’s typical Texas BBQ – order, find a seat, and they bring it to you, family style! Great time with Jenny, Ryan, and the kids! Rudy’s are all over Texas, this one in Leon Springs is between where we stay and Jenny & Ryan’s apartment.

One of the benefits of being within an hour and one-half of the grandkids is that we can easily spend time with them. Last Saturday and Sunday we did just that! We watched them while Jenny was in a beading class (Ryan is working 12 hour days on Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays). We wore them out in the swimming pool right after lunch, then veg’ed a bit.

Tuesday we hit the road for Annapolis, MD, where we will spend a weekend with Victoria. She is now a Petty Officer 1st Class in the US Navy, Recruitment Command. We are so proud of her! Can’t wait to see her next weekend and get a tour of the US Naval Academy. Stay tuned for more of our adventures as we make our way to the East Coast!

Thanks for following along on our adventures. Don’t be shy – post a comment! — Larry & Sue —

Published by Larry Crabtree

Retired fire fighter; 33 years with CAL FIRE followed by 5 years with Mi-Wuk Sugar Pine FPD in Central California; Principal Consultant at Crabtree Consulting Services, LLC, for 12 years providing services to small fire agencies in California. Licensed by the FCC in 2011 as an amateur radio operator (ham); Call Sign WV6JVJ. Married Sue in 2001; 3 children, 4 grandchildren. Socially conservative, financially conservative, ecologically conservative (before it was PC); patriot who stands for the national anthem; strong believer in christian family values

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