|Not sure what it's supposed to be, but it goes well with breakfast.|
|Explaining the robot to the grandpa|
Later on the children got into drumming on the great kit Granny had assembled.
|Explaining the drums to the grandson|
|A fun duet!|
They also visited the ever popular tree fort. Jacob developed a nameless game where someone would hand him a stick and he'd drop it in between the floor boards of the tree fort. That game, like most popular games for pre-schoolers, had really great mileage. Grandpa would egg Jacob on, saying he wouldn't be able to get the next stick through the floor boards. Jacob eventually would pull it off.
|Grandpa tries to block Jacob's next move|
|Lucy provides the next stick|
|Getting the drop on Grandpa|
That afternoon, we made a little bonfire which was vanquished by the afternoon rain. It was fun while it lasted.
|Starting it up|
|Getting better; too bad the rain came|
Lucy was smart enough to play inside with the little kitchen set up downstairs.
|Checking the cupboard|
This night, my wife joined in the zombie antics as we played a four-person version of Grave Business. I tried to get all the parts of the Master so I didn't have to win by points but was vanquished by Helen's talented steal from my vault at the last minute. I enjoyed the game nonetheless. Sadly, the next day would be our last. Our last in Minnesota, that is.