It was such a nice day today that I thought you might like to join the boys and me on our walk to the post office.
Our conveyance of choice
We walk three blocks down our street.
Now we take a left, and in the remaining eight blocks, here's what we'll pass:
The dry cleaner. The kids have only been here twice, but they have already learned that the place has a big candy/snack stash that is brought out if mom gives her permission.
This sign that I like.
The Jim's Coffee House Chicken.
This strange apartment building. Really, in person, it's odd.
The Episcopal "Bishop Tuttle House"
This building with a nice brick facade.
The State of Idaho's Capitol building, under renovation. Needless to say, the boys prefer it this way.
These nice Art Deco door handles. Oh, look! We're there. That's the Post Office building reflected in the glass.
Regardless of what the sign says, this is how we have to get in.
It's fancy in here!
Well, I hope you enjoyed our walk. We sure did, although Nels hadn't really counted on how uncomfortable his emergency services helmet and plastic holster with pop gun would become on the hot afternoon. He shed them immediately upon our return.
Now let's take a nap.