Gerrick was excited to see the creek from a different perspective as we crossed over it.
After 30 minutes of walking, we needed a water break.
Finally, a total of 45 minutes later, we made it to our destination...
...and scored some good stuff. In addition to the books we found, Gerrick also purchased some yarn that, apparently, he needed for trap-setting.
I also bought this bird print, which will look nice once I update the frame with a coat of paint.
We needed some sustenance before making our trek back home, so we ate a delicious lunch at a little Chinese restaurant. Upon leaving it, we spotted a local produce shop! Who knew our little town had a produce shop?! What a surprise! Apparently it has been open for several months. We looked around and bought some strawberries...
...then headed back home.
This time he found some dried bamboo (of course, he had to bring it home). He looked around, saw none growing anywhere, and wanted to know how it got there. We finally concluded it must have blown off someone's truck.
Once back to our neighborhood, he played on the playground with some other kids while I
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