Saturday, March 8, 2008

Snow Day!!!!!!

~Welcome to Snow Day 2008 at the Park~

Family time.
Big Buckaroo took some time off and dusted off the sled that has not been used in a long time. The boys were ecstatic! Isn't that a wonderful little one-room log house behind us. I have no idea how people lived in such a small place in the 1800s, the people who lived there certainly did not have two rambunctious Little Buckaroo's. However, the idea of only having a small place to clean is a bit appealing.

The Buckaroo's wild ride, well maybe it was not too wild and fast.
Littlest Buckaroo did not really take well to the sled.

O.K. you don't have to ride if you don't want to.

Chasing his brother and sled was more fun for Littlest Buckaroo.
Whatever floats your boat, or slides your sled.

What an awesome dad, he pulled that sled around for miles. This made up for him sleeping in and not working out early in the morning while the snow was pouring down.

Littlest Buckaroo begins to adapt and has fun running around in the snow.

I always wonder what God has planned for my boys to be when the grow up. Since we do not get alot of snow in these parts, Little Buckaroo has not been able to practice his bobsledding skills. Hey, Jamaica has a bobsled team, why couldn't Little Buckaroo be a bobsledder.

Littlest Buckaroo and I are much happier, we are in the truck getting warm while Big and Little Buckaroo continue sledding. Now, for some hot chocolate!

Until Monday,
The Park Wife


Auntie Martha said...

Looks like bushels fun!
Littlest Buckaroo is so cute, love those blue eyes.
M.. Alabama Grandmother

Valarie said...

We didn't get as much as yall, but we got some. I plan on blogging about it a little later. Have a great rest of the day.

Pam said...

I am so excited! This is awesome to see the boys in the snow. It's snowing here now, but my kid gets to see it all the time. I am just glad your boys got to play in some.
I adore that picture of you and littlest buck.

:Jayne said...

Every little boy should have at least one chance to play in the snow. Looks like y'all had a blast!

Stacie said...

mmmm I'm likeing the hot chocolate part, but you can keep your snow if that's what I have to do to get some! LOL. The kidlets are so cute. It looks like they had a good time out there once they got used to it.

OKGardners said...

Sorry, but our computer was having issues yesterday and my post did not appear on here. I wrote a really nice note, but to no avail, since it wouldn't get to you.

I'll put a condensed version:

1. I love your pictures! You, Dad, 2 baby Bucks.

2. I loved your Park Wife Snow sculpture.

3. Everyone is definitely enjoying your rare snow day!

That's it - in a nutshell.

Betty in Oklahoma

Anonymous said...

It looks like you had a really fun time. :) I love playing outside, in the snow, with my son!