Tuesday, August 13, 2019

WW: Snails {Linky}

We went to Eugene T. Mahoney State Park for our yearly Family Reunion on my Mom's side. Sadly attendance is less and less every year. Happily my Grandpa (age 93) has 2 brothers still alive. If not very many people show up, at least those 3 have a chance to get together!


We went for a hike before having lunch. What the boys found to be the most exciting were the snails they found.


I have to admit that they are pretty cute when they come out of their shell. Just not all the way out - like slugs.




Mica called his Turbo, off the movie.


Isaak tried to grab as many as he could, and longed to keep them. We said, "Sorry put them back in nature."




What's a tiny creature in nature that you like?
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9 comments:

Sandee said...

How fun. Your boys are handsome too.

Thank you for joining the WW blog hop.

Have a fabulous WW and rest of the week. ♥

stevebethere said...

Nice post your boys always enjoy themselves it's nice to see :-)

Have a snailpacetastic week :-)

judee said...

I've never seen a snail in its shell in the wild. Looks like there are plenty in this park.

Mandy said...

So gross. I'm sorry but snails are just ick imho. Glad y'all had fun looking for them though. I could see that making a family reunion more exciting (especially for kids)!

Karren Haller said...

Well, snails can be a problem with some plants, but your boys seem to be enjoying them at the moment! Happy Wednesday!

Veronica Lee said...

I love snails! We see a lot of them after the rain.

Meditations in Motion said...

I love seeing young people exploring nature! Those snails are adorable - your guys are too!

csuhpat1 said...

That is so very cool. Love it.

Theresa Mahoney said...

I think they are really cute too! And, that's a park I think my family needs to pay a visit too, seeing we share a name :)

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