Old Sacramento – Feb 2016

Wednesday, February 12th 2016

 

Our first morning starts out like any morning; giving the dog his coffee:

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Cognac’s morning

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is now complete.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Down at the station, we fill time waiting for the train:

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Gavin demonstrates Chon-Ji

 

Gavin shares his new “sign” indicating when he does NOT want me to take his picture:

Meanwhile ClaraJane does not mind.

 

Then,

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once on the train

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CJ tattoos Grandpa Bruce

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… in the face.

 

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Old Sacramento Train Station

 

Off to the Train Museum.

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Gavin and Anita lead the way

 

 

Not enough time at the Train Museum, but it was amazing.

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CJ & Anita peer into an old locomotive

 

Afterwards we go for wonderful lunch on this gorgeous old riverboat:

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The Delta King (view from train)

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Riverboat’s history

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Gavin gives me *The Sign* again

 

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He’d rather be reading (always)!

 

A wee bit of shopping:

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for novelties

 

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and Candy Candy Candy

 

 

Then back to the train:

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Boy and Grandpa:  My son and my father – such a trip

 

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ClaraJane worries of us not making it in time

[On the ball; a wonderful traveler and companion.  So rad!]

Back on the train we build with Mommy’s new lego candy bricks:

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Mommy’s structure

 

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Gavin’s structure

 

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and ClaraJane’s

 

What a day.  ♥

 

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