Monday, September 26, 2011

Fort Walla Walla

Last Saturday we took a drive to go see some friends who had moved away over the summer.  They took us to Fort Walla Walla during the afternoon.

The kids found a replica of a covered wagon with all kinds of supplies that a pioneer family would take, and they had to try to cram it all in.  They decided we could leave the barrel of whiskey and fine china behind.
Instead of walking nicely down the hill, the kids (and "older kids") rolled.
This tree truck they estimated germinated in the year 1200 AD.  It was big!
The inside of this teepee wasn't especially welcoming looking.  There were dead, clumpy weeds throughout. 

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