Monday, June 23, 2014

Weekend with the Fam

 Mr. Cranberry & Youngest Grandson


 On the train at Marathon Park
He was saying 'CHEESE' with every muscle he could muster.


We had a great weekend with our daughter and children who have just moved to Wisconsin. Dad was still in Indiana, finishing up a few things before moving up to join the fam in a few days. It is so nice to have them just 2 hours away! And it was wonderful to see the grandkids. We are looking forward to lots of day trips in the future. And I'll post other photos when I get them.



ON THE WAY HOME:



St. Hedwig's Church
(between Thorp and Withee)



This bell tower stands a few feet away from the church ,
which is now empty, having combined with St. Bernard's in Thorp





Also in front of the church, this sign


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17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Precious photo! So very happy that your daughter/family are closer now. I know you look forward to many happy visits.

The church and bell tower are lovely.

Have a nice Monday.
Mildred

Preppy Empty Nester said...

Great photos! Your grandson is darling!

Debbie said...

Love the photos! Soo happy for you that they will be so close now! Hod I would love that! Don't have to tell you to enjoy, because I KNOW you will! Have a good day!

Sandra said...

super shots of hubby and grand child.. hubby is very handsome, but don't tell him i said so... love those bells in that tower. now you can visit as much as you want to

Cheryl said...

It is such a blessing that your family is nearer! Day trips to visit grandbabies (and their parents) are exciting!!

TexWisGirl said...

i don't remember ever being there, but the names thorp and owen-withee brought back memories of high school sports team rivals. :)

loved the photos of gramps and grand. :)

Ruth Kelly said...

I agree, a very precious photo with your grandson and hubby. I was wondering if that church was Polish with the name of Hedwig, which is a very common first name for Polish women.

Empty Nester said...

What a cutie! So glad they are closer to you now! I am always amazed by the scenery of your state. For some reason I always think industry when I think midwest/north but there are so many farms and so much history!

Vee said...

Awww...it's going to be great! What a look of love on Mr. Cranberry's face...he obviously thinks the world of his grandson. What a cutie pie that grand is.

Pamela Gordon said...

How wonderful to have your grandkids so much closer to you! Your grandson has a great smile. Enjoy the week.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

Have a wonderful week my friend! What fun, even with sights along the way. Have fun! Hugs, Diane

camp and cottage living said...

Oh, what a blessing to have the family nearer! Two hours is just a hop and a skip, Judy.
I loved your photo of Grandpa and
Grandson. I bet they are the best of buddies!

Terri D said...

You were enjoying having you grands closer to you, and we were, too! Great photos of Mr. Cranberry and your little smiling-for-his life grand! Cheese, indeed! LOL

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I know how enjoyable it is to spend the day with grandchildren! It is nice to see your photos of Wisconsin, as I have not had the opportunity to visit your state as yet.

Denise said...

Thanks for sharing.

Deborah said...

So glad you had such a good time! Love all the photos of Henry and Gramps. Of course your hubby is handsome, that's why you married him!! Lol! I look forward to seeing more photos.

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Sounds like a fun time! I love churches, especially older ones with the beautiful steeples.

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