Paco & Tommy on a Sunday Drive- Sun. Feb. 23, 2020

Steve wrote today, “Some photos from this afternoon. The boys and I drove out to Lake Michigan at Frankfort to get Paco some practice time behind the wheel.”

Paco turns 16 next Saturday, Feb. 29th, so he will get to celebrate his birthday on the day for the first time in 4 years.

Tommy is posing, Paco is photographing.

Tommy is making sure that he is being photographed.

Tommy still has that impish smile.

Paco and Tommy on a sunny day at an uncrowded beach.

Tommy and big brother Paco.

Tommy, Paco, and Steve with the waves of Lake Michigan in the background.

The high temperature today was 48 and the low 34. By contrast, next Sat. on Paco’s birthday the high is predicted to be 24 and the low to be 12! Also, by contrast the high in Sacramento on Paco’s birthday is predicted to be 71 and the low 42.

Thanks, Steve, for the great pictures.


3 thoughts on “Paco & Tommy on a Sunday Drive- Sun. Feb. 23, 2020

  1. Tom Z February 24, 2020 at 05:53 Reply

    Great pictures. Looks like a beautiful day in Michigan – is that snow or sand on the beach? We’re thinking about Paco and his Awesome Birthday this week!

  2. stevelovescars February 24, 2020 at 19:37 Reply

    It’s snow and sand. The wind and warm weather meant that some of the dunes were free of snow. That huge hill of ice behind the boys is actually about 30 yards out in the lake where the waves created a huge ice dam. The photo of Tommy is actually on what is normally a pier, but it’s converted in 5 feet of ice from the waves.

  3. B Wheeler February 24, 2020 at 20:11 Reply

    Steve, thanks for the explanation.

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