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Sunday, March 22, 2009

Future Hockey Star?

OK, It's Spring, flowers are blooming, birds are migrating, and what do we decide to do?

Go Ice Skating!

Seriously...

My oldest son and his girlfriend decided they wanted to go Ice Skating. And for some reason all the other kids decided they wanted to go too. So, before I knew it, we all were going. So, off to the closest ice skating rink still open we went.

20+ miles away!

Seriously...

It was actually kind of fun and we all enjoyed ice skating - though some more than others.




William our youngest had lots of fun and certainly was dressed for anything that might happen.






Then, after he was done - just like his old man, he checked out the classics stuck back in the corner...

1 comments:

Gimpdiggity March 23, 2009 at 12:38 AM  

I remember those brown figure skates. I think I used them once before I made moms and pops buy me a set of CCM hockey skates!!!

I used to LOVE ice skating...too bad I simply don't have time for it anymore...

Doug, you'll be jealous of this if you like those classics in the corner.

I've got a Centipede cabinet sitting in my basement...it needs a new monitor, but it works...and is perfect other than the monitor. One of these days I'll get around to putting a new LCD monitor in it. It sits right next to the air hockey table...

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