|Ian heads off to his private lesson.|
Naturally, we accepted and on November 19 we headed south on I-83 to the Baltimore area to see the little tyke splashing about in the pool as he learned to stay afloat. Susanne took the van, and I took the Box, because she was staying over to babysit while I came home to go to church the next morning.
The Y was in a mall and was very well-equipped. I enjoyed watching other people sweating on their treadmills and stair machines.
|Waiting for lunch.|
|The future Robinson Manor.|
Take a look at some other pictures from our visit:
Learning to stay afloat is a primary skill.
The two prettiest girls at the Y.
Dad keeps in touch on his "gadget"
during Ian's lesson.
Another good-looking pair.
I think Ian was playing a game of some sort
as we waited for lunch.
I got a charge out of these servings of beverages.
Why bother with refills!
Here is the "great room" next to the kitchen
in the model home.
Susanne and Marylee check out the kitchen.
The eating area is to the right and looks out onto the yard.
The two story entrance. Don't look at me
when it comes time to wash that window!
Ian, Matt, and Susanne enjoy a moment in
the master bedroom.
Ian sits on a pile of towels in the shower.
As we came downstairs we found Marylee's parents
and posed for a photo. Then we divvied up the space
we'll need when we are ready for "the home."
Back at home, we enjoy a meal with Ian as
Matt and Marylee prepare for an evening out.
On my way home, I began to lose control of the Box
as I neared the Valley Green exit of I-83. All on its own,
the Box veered off the road and into the parking lot of