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Last week Nana and Uncle Todd came up to visit Ronan and Nieve; we had some fun days together exploring the local (kid friendly) scene.
Nieve gives Uncle T a smirk
This is what nanas and their grandsons do
We wanted to do something outdoors and Ronan asked to go to one of his favorite spots to hike- Arastradero Preserve and the adjacent Portola Pastures. We found tractors, raptors, and of course all kinds of horses- draft horses, thoroughbreds, a burro, and even a very small horse ("little tiny horse" as Ronan would say).
Eyes on the trail as horse poop is everywhere
Petting a 'little tiny horse'
Petting a 'beeeguh horse'
The next day we decided to get some urban flair so we headed up to San Francisco where we visited the playground at Golden Gate Park, checked out the progress being made on the eastern span of the Bay Bridge, doddled around the De Young Museum/Academy of Arts & Sciences, and did a quick stroll through Crissy Fields and portions of Fort Point.
Ronan getting 'inverted' while Nana pushed him on the swing
Rocky BalRonan... chasing the birds
Loving the concrete slide @ GG Park
The days together were great- Mom and I had a lot of fun, the kids loved it, and I suspect Nana and Uncle T enjoyed it enough to come back in the next, oh, five years or so. Thanks for coming up, we had a blast!
Uncle T capturing SF under the fog