Hannah and Robbie with Hannah's new kitten, Josie. Josie replaced Ocho, who came to an unfortunate end.
This is a good way to become a candidate for being declawed.
At the big bluegrass concert last Saturday at the Highland Bowl. Bright, warm and wonderful.
There were plenty of Lonsberry listeners at the show, including these folks, who own Gigi's -- my favorite Italian restaurant I've never eaten yet. They both work fulltime jobs and run their restaurant at night.
Dr. Ralph Stanley, one of the living legends of bluegrass.
When your wife falls asleep at a concert, you have to take a picture, just to tease her.
Somewhere, back on that stage, is Alison Krauss. I think.
The breakfast of champions, at Sandy's Diner in Nunda. Three eggs, bacon, oatmeal and two orders of salt-rising toast. I don't see how people live without it.
Bobby Ochocinco, at a 5k on Saturday morning. Sexy is as sexy does.
Friday night at our country land. Mom's got hot dogs and chips for us, and we've got a fire to play with. What could be better?
Jack Lonsberry, as hard on a juice box as he is on the knees of his jeans.
The Obama Administration says that hot dogs and tortilla chips have too much sodium. Young Robbie Lonsberry does not seem to care.
Blue-eyed Ellie with dinner and her blankie, a beloved afghan which was a gift from a listener.
Open burning and a red hot. What could be better, or more politically incorrect? Props to Zweigle's for the hot dog, French's for the mustard and Wegman's for the whole wheat roll.
The queen of the campsite.
The lively Robbie Lonsberry.
The magical fruit, they make you smart.
Young Jackie, throwing wood on the fire. In our family, the commitment to pyromania starts early.
Everything must be photographed.
Jimmy the springer spaniel has dibs on any food on the ground.
It's time for dessert. S'mores on the left, plain old chocolate on the right.
You should envy this young man -- and his metabolism.
Imagine, a female who likes chocolate.
Some go straight for the marshmallows.
This kid might be a psycho.
Then the fireflies came out.
Young Jack waiting for a firefly to light up.
Moments before the firefly met an untimely but luminescent end.
Pull up a chair and roast yourself a marshmallow.
Jack raking in the candy at the Nunda Fun Days parade.
Ellie sitting on the curb.
He's either happy or mad. Most of the time I'm not sure.