We are the clay, you are the potter; we are all the work of your hand. ~Isaiah 64:8

Monday, December 19, 2011

Kings Mountain Daytrip

 On October 22nd we took three of the kids (H, E, and L) to the Kings Mountain National Military Park and State Park.  One of my family's ancestors was Robert Young, who is generally credited with firing the shot that killed Loyalist Major Ferguson (Revolutionary War).  We really came to enjoy the fall colors, so we didn't spend too long in the military museum. 

L enjoys the wide open space and the blue sky.


We really enjoyed the recreated farm at the State Park.  We could go into all the buildings and explore.

The outdoor kitchen.

The chickens were very happy to see us, but not so happy when we left and they hadn't gotten their dinner.

Isn't this just such a pretty setting?

Inside on of the barns.

Literally, watching the cows come home.

Time to go, everyone is tired, but happy.

L was pretty tired by this point.  She was barely hanging on to her good humor.

The girls and I.

H pondering nature.

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