They had enough at this point of our afternoon hike! This isn’t staged!! Haha! We spent an afternoon of hiking through the Leesylvania State Park in Northern Virginia, where the Lee’s plantation is now an historical landmark. We love to explore all of the rich history around us and get in some good exercise at the same time. ;)
At the top of a hill, where the Lee Family Cemetery is located (Henry Lee II and Lucy Grymes – grandparents of Robert E. Lee), my two children announced that they were tired and bored and wanted to go home. They climbed on top of the cemetery marker and took their well needed break (gasp!). My kids just don’t have the interest in this sort of stuff but we manage to drag them out on as many nice weekends as we can anyway. Heh. This particular afternoon, they were too hot and tired to want anything to do with it. Oh well. They’ll either thank us or curse us one day for taking them to these sort of places. LOL. I, on the other hand, had a blast taking photographs, as I always do!
Gave this photo an old, dark feel to match their mood. ;)
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