We had planned on spending last weekend catching up on things around the house after our Labor Day weekend trip. So we did that on Saturday. And by Saturday afternoon, we had ants in our pants to go somewhere. We don't stay put very well, which is probably why Brian is in the Army. If you have a minute, I could fill you in on all the places he's lived in the world. If you have a week, he could fill you in. Even though I'm the one with the blog, Brian is the storyteller in our family.
Well, geez, guess it rubs off a little because boy did I DIGRESS. Anyway. We found somewhere to go on Sunday! Hermann is over an hour from us (like everything) and is a beautiful old town that was settled by Germans originally. So between all the wineries, breweries, bakeries and chocolatiers, we like. We found a country festival to stroll through, and the littles were DELIGHTED at the trolley bus that drove around town. Mostly because they got to ride up front on the dash. A great idea to have public transportation with all the boozeries that abound. Also delightful to Fletcher? Old farm tractors and equipment. He is in love with anything that has gears or is on wheels.
We will be back, Hermann! Next time maybe sans kiddos so we can do some wine/beer tasting. Plus the winding roads were not kind to Rowan. Or the cute fall outfit she was wearing. Now sit back and enjoy the onslaught of pictures.
p.p.s. The farm animal above is an Alpaca. Not a camel. Also, Rowan moo'ed at the Alpaca, but it was not impressed. Not a cow, Rowan.