This past weekend we went to stay with our Aunt Bettye at her beautiful home in Titusville. We had so much fun visiting with family and seeing some sights in and around Titusville. We were shocked that the weather was really cold and damp during the weekend, so it prevented more outside activities, but the bright side was that we got more time to visit and talk with people we love! Here is a rundown on some of the weekend's highlights.
We went to the parade! We got there early, which wasn't a problem because there are so many interesting homes to look at and, of course, we found ways to stay occupied :)
|Vlad hopped from lap to lap, as shown here with Grandpa.|
|Matt decided to act like a donkey to pass the time.|
|Wolf showed Grandma some love.|
|Vlad got a little "ultimate".|
|Naturally, I knitted a few rows.|
|Then it started!!!!!|
|OMG! It is Grimace! I love Grimace!|
|And lots and lots of candy, including...ZOMBIE candy! As if candy doesn't already turn my kids into zombies?!|
|Instant zombie, just add candy!|
|Although cousin Cognac shunned the Republican dog biscuits, I think he really did want some of that candy!|
|The boys tried the rock wall. The guy tried to help "Toots" here climb the wall, but he accidentally passed gas on the guy's face, which, thankfully, made them both laugh very hard. Wolf made it up about 6 feet.|
|Vlad got a little further, without the aid of any additional jet propulsion.|
|Aunt Bettye treated us to a fantastic cake!!!!!!|
|Cognac visited with the guests at the post parade luncheon.|
|So nice to see everyone!|
|We visited a local, very beautiful cemetery in order to get a rubbing of a possible ancestral gravestone that had worn away over the years.|
|Bettye's research, coupled with Matt's skill resulted in a readable end product.|
A visit was made to Aunt Pat and Uncle Phil's farm. We all received a great tour of some of the machinery and some education about farming corn. It was wonderful, but the boys especially liked the tractor rides!
We also did a bit of wandering around downtown.
It was mandatory that we had a stop at the famous Warner's Bakery. Delicious to taste, but a feast for my vintage lovin' eyes too!
|Great old signage!|