Great to have three grandkids visit for a few days. We were headed to the Children’s Museum.
Michael, 10, caught these with my camera on the phone. Teamwork makes blogging fun!
I caught the three of them by the high water mark sign.
We went by way of Millvale because I forgot the French bakery was closed on Mondays. No brioche.
Carson Street South Side Anything this wild in your neighborhood?
A math problem with no answer. It could take years to calculate. At Thanksgiving we saw a yard with 31 inflatables but they were all deflated in the daylight, it just isn’t the same effect. Joan B found this house for me, too.
And I spoke to the owner and she said her husband had been ill and they had really scaled down this year (2008). Pre-blog I realize I have been at this for a time now. Shot on the Northside.
There is no explanation as to why I photograph these items. Last year it was the Inflatable Turkeys and then a new one today- Frankenstein. I hear they are expensive. I guess I just don’t understand how they have caught on. Surely the grandchildren would love a yard full of inflatables. They remind me of those plastic clown punching bags you’d bop in the nose and it would fall over and right itself, still smiling. They seem to be getting larger!