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This past weekend we packed up the boys and went to visit Nana and Papa in Manchester.  On the way down we stopped at Chipotle for dinner.  After dinner we over to the Avenue to buy jeans for the boys.

We arrived at Nana and Papa's house around 8:00 that evening.  The boys went to bed pretty quick and Mom, Michael and I watched old episodes of the office. 

The next morning we got up and got ready for our family pictures.  Mom took a lot of pictures of the Will. 










After Em and Zac got there we went out to Hillsboro to get pictures taken at a covered bridge.  The minute we got there Finn and Papa both spotted and retrieved a snake skin.  Consequently, I was a little nervous the rest of the day. 

After pictures we had a quick lunch and then went to Sparta for the 2016 Vaughn Bonfire at Granny's house. On the way there I happened to open the glove compartment in the my car and found this: 


Yes, Finn and Papa put the snake skin in my car.  It scared me to death. 

We spent the rest of the night hanging out with our family.  It was a great night.  Finn and Sam, but especially Finn, loved it. 













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