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Gathering Firewood

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My grandson loves to help his dad build a campfire. His first duty is to gather a few pieces of wood or bark to toss on the pile before dad adds the flame. Then he's second duty is to help blow in the direction of the fire to help it start up. He takes his job very seriously!

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G'day Renee

A delightful series for us - and some beaut memories for you too
A 'well done' from me

Phil
 

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G'day Renee

A delightful series for us - and some beaut memories for you too
A 'well done' from me

Phil
Thanks Phil! Grandkids make it so easy to do well :grin:
 

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This is a gorgeous set, Renee.
 

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Good set of memories there for later. Its a good place for kids in the bush doing natural things in the natural environment. Good job.
 

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Great set and memories.
 

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Good set of memories there for later. Its a good place for kids in the bush doing natural things in the natural environment. Good job.
You are so right the best place is in the great outdoors with nature all around you! He loves being outside and never wants to come in even in the snow, lol

Great set and memories.
That's what grandparents do so they remember you when your gone.
 

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That's what grandparents do so they remember you when your gone.
We have 6 grandchildren ranging in age from 4 to 24. We were sort of thinking the 24 yr old might come up with the first great grandchild, but she's an RN, pretty focused on career and work for now. Throughout the older ones childhood we have pictures we cherish but they all were scattered around the country so opportunities were limited. The youngest only lives 15 mins away. At last count I think there are somewhere around 6000 images of her on the HD. Having very many grandkids close could be expensive finding photo storage space.
 

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We have 6 grandchildren ranging in age from 4 to 24. We were sort of thinking the 24 yr old might come up with the first great grandchild, but she's an RN, pretty focused on career and work for now. Throughout the older ones childhood we have pictures we cherish but they all were scattered around the country so opportunities were limited. The youngest only lives 15 mins away. At last count I think there are somewhere around 6000 images of her on the HD. Having very many grandkids close could be expensive finding photo storage space.
Isn't that the truth! We have 7 grandkids ranging from 2 to 14 (6 boys & 1 girl) and I've done photoshoots with each of them and storybooks of our visits. It's really fun to create story books with their photos instead of printing all the photos I've taken of them. Each visit I take all sorts of photo of them and sometimes even specific ones and then create a storybook or photobook for them to have. Its a much nicer way to keep them for years to come instead of photos that get lost or fall out of an album like yrs ago when I was young. I use www.shutterfly.com to create and print the books. Of course not every single shot is used and those that aren't lives on an external HD I bought just for storage and have given copies to their parents to pass on later. Creating memories has certainly changed from when I was young.
 
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