We spent the weekend at the History Center of Olmsted County on the weekend for our FastCAT Trials. The have lots of open grass area which is perfect for the running track. While we were there, we looked around and took some photos of things we found. I was actually there last year in July when I got my BCAT Title.
Olivia found this barn with the barn quilt interesting since she was just in the barn quilt capital of Wisconsin a couple weeks ago. Evidently, barn quilts are all over the Midwest.
Nelson is working on sitting still. He has some serious ants in his furry pants when it comes to posing for photos. Mom says we were all like that when we were really young, but we learn quickly to sit still for a few seconds. This photo isn’t too interesting, but Nelson stopped moving for a moment.
We don’t have any fun photos of Madison at the History Center of Olmsted County. Her weekend ended right after it started. It was supposed to be a fun three days for all four of us, but on Madison’s first run she trip and injured her front right leg. She had to drop out of the competition for the rest of the weekend. We left her home the next two days so she could rest her leg. We’ll have more about this tomorrow for you.
Nelson also managed to sit still for a few moments on this old piece of machinery. He looks like he is scowling, though. I guess for a youngster, being still is aggravating.
There are a lot of old machines around the History Center. We don’t really know what they are all for, but they make for fun old time photos.
Olivia managed to also find this fun stick in the ground dog like thing. She looks so pretty posing in the yellow dandelions. We know humans are not fans of dandelions, but they do add pretty color to a photo!
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