December 29, 2010

Flashback: Arkansans in Edmonton

All eyes are on himYesterday's post about our Christmas in Arkansas put me in mind of the last time I saw my parents--when they visited Edmonton in August. It was a whirlwind week, and I never quite managed to put up photos of their trip. It was was a great trip. They got to escape the hottest summer on Arkansas record, and we got some much needed help around the house. (I know, I know, I'm bad. When my parents come to visit we do things like install new light fixtures and undertake major yard work. But where would I be without them?)

We also did a few fun things, like visit the natural history museum, ride the old-timey trolley, and visit Fort Edmonton historic park. And fun was had by all--at least I think so. They are, at least, coming back next year.

Mom and Colin on the rocking carDad shows Colin the ropesMom and Colin on the whobbly bridgeI can't believe I let them do this!View from the high-level bridgeWhat made you think we were tourists?Neighborhood walkDad and Colin in the vegetable gardenWhite wolf at the Royal Alberta MuseumBig horn sheep at the Royal Alberta MuseumMom and Dad at the little Methodist Church, of course

2 comments:

Vicky said...

Your not alone to get your parents to help out with jobs when they visit. My mum once had to fit a laminate floor and bring her chainsaw with her to chop down a couple of trees for me.
She still visits so I'm obviously not working her hard enough! Lol!

Sarah said...

Chainsaw, really?! I love it!