Here’s a selection of photos taken with my iPhone 6 during the past week while my Pennsylvania grandchildren were visiting. The first three are from Canada Day, on July 1 – hence the red and white clothing.
Terrible two SKA sitting in the six.
AKA – almost six – in the 0 of 2016 on the Charlottetown waterfront.
We spent one morning at Belfast Mini-Mills where they build small mills for cleaning, carding, spinning and skeining fibres which they ship around the world. They also have resident animals – which is why we took the children: goats, sheep, angora rabbits, giant German brown rabbits, silky chickens, and a friendly dog.
Two kids and Momma feeding another kid at Belfast Mini-Mills, PEI.
Four kids and our wonderful tour guide
On the way home from Mini-Mills we stopped in Eldon for lunch at the Chuckwagon Farm Market, restaurant and play area. They have a huge corn maze in the fall.
AKA masters the steam shovel in the sandbox at the Chuck Wagon’s playground.
On their last full day on PEI, I had help in the garden and we had a mini-birthday party after supper. Chocolate cupcakes without frosting were a hit!
HKA (4 1/2) helps Nana by picking up spent lilac blooms.
Happy late birthday to SKA and early birthday to AKA.
This is a day late for iPhriday, managed by Gray Days and Coffee, where you can see other posts from other participants’ cell phones. It’s a day late because I couldn’t get the photos to load onto my iMac from my phone; turns out an accidental 300 shot photoburst was clogging up the connection.