Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Family Field Trip - Sully Plantation

We live in northern Virginia, about 20 miles outside of Washington DC. We are surrounded by history and culture. From Smithsonian museums, to national parks, and free concerts at beautifully constructed town centers, we have a plethora of activities to choose from every weekend. Most of them are free. Basically, we have no excuse to complain that there is nothing to do!

Recently, we took a family trip to the Sully Historical Site, which is a plantation that dates back to the 1700's. We thought it would be interesting, plus it would give Evan a chance to run and explore without (many) restrictions. Evan had other plans. When we first arrived he had fallen asleep in the car. We figured that he would wake up once we got him out and started moving. Yeah, not so much...





Evan did finally wake up and we enjoyed the rest of our time at Sully Plantation!




2 comments:

momdiggity said...

Evan and Arle need to hang out sometime. He can teach her how to sleep in public...something she's only done once since she was four months old.

wesleyandbeth said...

How fun!!! Ya'll are such a cute family!!!