July 14 was taken up by mostly relaxing for the first half of the day. Denisa was still recuperating from her sun exposure the day before, and I was happily enduring a head cold, so we slept quite a bit that morning. In the afternoon and evening, we went to visit a horse ranch owned by one of Denisa’s high school friends. Had some great grilled sausages, and the kids and Denisa all rode a horse (which they really enjoyed).
(I didn’t ride the horse. I’ve ridden one many times, and riding a horse in a circle doesn’t quite excite me as much as it might have at one time in my life.)
*Extra credit to you if you can come up with the link between the pic for this post and the topic.
TRC and DC say hi to the horse:
Forget the Pied Piper. Any time you want to attract a young boy, just find a big pile o’ dirt. TRC ran up and down this hill more times than I can count.
TRC, very proud of his horse riding abilities:
DC, a bit more tentative:
The inside of the restaurant at the ranch:
A traditional Slovak dress: (I’m trying to convince Denisa that she really needs to own one of these. She says it would look silly. Come on, people–help me convince her!)