Connor and Rowan Tell Their Stories Tales of growing up in Sitka, Alaska

July 17, 2007

Sunday Morning Rocks

Filed under: Playing — Connor @ 8:22 am

I have found some tool rocks. All of them are pretty nifty, because the hook one helps me climb trees and rocks, and the saw one helps me saw down little trees who are getting old but haven’t fallen down yet and it’s also for little trees that have already falled down and it’s also for bushes to get them out the way. The saw one is pretty nifty. The touch one we can touch stuff and hammer stuff. That is really cool nifty. The screwdriver helps me screw and touch stuff too, but mostly for screwing stuff for getting down deep. The hook one is also for pulling up roots. I will have those wherever I go, even when I go down to Idaho. Grams and Grandpa will get to see them if I don’t forget them. Uncle Jonathan can see them in Seattle. Great Grandma Goff will be able to see them. Uncle Andy will be able to see them.

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  1. I am glad you are planning to bring your tool rocks. Be sure to put them in a suitcase that you will check in because the airport security people might not like them in your carry-on bag. I was going to ask if you could take a picture of them so we could see what they looked like. Too bad you weren’t here LAST weekend – you could have helped grandpa saw up some of the little branches on the tree that fell down.

    Comment by Grams — July 17, 2007 @ 10:11 pm

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