Travel Photography Photos tagged as home
Grace and Grammy Stearns (Jim's mother) play with the tea pot while Grandpa Stearns (Jim's father) looks on
Grace enjoys tea time inside the princess play house
Grace, still trying to figure out how to walk in sandals, stands in our living room next to the play house she received as a gift from our friends the Whites
Grace in her new sun dress and butterfly sandals next to Kimberly's VW Beetle (this was her first time in sandals and she acted like her feet were bolted to the ground and she couldn't walk)
Grace sits in Grandpa Olsson's (Renee's father) lap holding her new baby doll
Grace and Grandma Kathy (Renee's step-mother) inspect the suspension of the Chevron toy car
Grace looks concerned about her new bee pillow (a gift from Aunt Kim, Renee's brother Randy's wife) but Grammy Ruth (Renee's mother) is just happy to be holding Grace in her arms
Uncle Russell (Renee's brother) and Aunt Denys (Russell's wife) smile pretty as Grace reaches for the camera while Uncle Ray (Renee's sister Rochelle's husband) looks on
Uncle Russell (Renee's brother) stands next to Grace as she watches Renee prepare her dinner of rice and egg-drop soup during our get together at Uncle Randy's (also Renee's brother) house to celebrate our return to Florida
A beautiful Akha hill tribe home near Chiang Mai Thailand during our village trek.
One of the many hill tribe villages we visit during our treks in Chiang Mai province Thailand.
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I actually will miss this view.
Constructed in 1950's, owned by Mayor David Q. Sandalo. The home where the Sandalo family was raised.
Homes in the village are all constructed of stone from the mountain. They have been in the family for generations, and the village is over 1,000 years old