|Our son James, daughter-in-law Morgen and grandson Kolya
joined us for lunch and time in the playground at our RV Park.
Our dinette sat 5 for lunch - big surprise.
|Kolya loved the play structure
|He is a happy kid as you can see with red
hair like his father and our youngest son.
|Everyone had dinner together on Christmas
Eve at Morgen's sister Claire's home near
theirs in Capitol Hill.
|And now a view the other direction at the adult's
table. The family tradition is cheese fondue with
fruit salad for dinner.
|And for dessert, a Pavlova made by Claire's
husband Bill's parents.
|Morgen's father Karl gave out the presents.
Stockings were before breakfast and the rest of the
gifts afterward. We stayed the night at Kris &
Karl's home in Gaithersburg, MD with James,
Morgen & Kolya. Otherwise, we slept in our
|Morgen's mother Kris and Kolya - I should have
asked about the pajama protocol. Scott and I were
the only ones other than Claire & Bill's
daughters to get "dressed".
|That's Bill & Claire on the left with their youngest
daughter Nora, James & Kolya
|Their oldest daughter Grace inspecting the pile
of gifts - lots more out of view!
|Morgen & Kolya with a new puzzle
|Bill and Nora
|Heather with a present from Sean. He gave me
a new camera - a modern day "Poloroid" to
document our trip with this display box to show
off the photos.
|The table set for Christmas dinner.
|Scott at our dinette on Saturday for
our special breakfast with the beautiful vanocka,
Czech Christmas bread Karl made and
gave to us.
|Here's a close-up! Yum!