Sunday night was the Sluggers' last game for the fall season.
Coach Andrew asked them a very important question after the game.
"Did you have fun?"
The answer was a resounding YES.
I enjoyed watching these kids so much, not just because Jax was on the team.
The dads were so good to them.
Here they are before the game. You just have to be so thankful to parents who
will do this for the kids, it's not just the games, it's the practices, etc.
By the way, that's my grandson NOT looking at the camera.
Son Jim, not pictured, was the bench coach that night.
I know baseball is losing little league teams right and left, but
the tradition still goes on in Wyandotte and Leavenworth counties.
I saw this beautiful bird on the way home from the church bazaar that morning.
Dawn on Monday was gorgeous, and the day turned out to be, too. We have hit fall weather.
Chris and I took the dogs for a walk before I took him home to Garnett.
This nest was in the top of a tree along the trail, it was a big nest.
The falls at Angel Falls. I can imagine that they will be
really full in the spring.
The dogs love this trail.
I took them to Kelly Grove this morning, and it was too much for
Jester, for some reason.
Everything is so beautiful right now.
This is NOT the same hawk.
I drove by the Big Ditch... no migrating birds yet.
I did see two tiny ducks on the Ag Hall pond last Friday, so
I'll be watching for more in the next few weeks.
We have only four more weekends before closing for winter.
I'll try to get caught up on everyone's blogs this week!