Just like the winds that blow through Wyoming, the thoughts posted here are varied - some a strong tirade and others merely a whisper.
They seem so young to be commanding a canoe.
Ohhhhh ahhhhh the nervous peds nurse wants a flotation device on them asap!
I love the sweet photo of the kids, especially!
The water is so beautiful that it looks unreal. I love the photo of the clothes hanging on lines! I remember helping my mother hang clothes on the line while we talked about things that were happening in my life. It is a lost fellowship that mothers and daughters rarely share these days.
Can you imagine the outrage if anyone let their children do that here???I was basically living on my own by age 14. Now my parents would be in jail ---- well, maybe they should have been way back then too. But, nobody thought it odd that my parents would go away for two or three weeks and leave me home alone.
I can see why you loved this area, Nancy. It's beautiful. The children are really cute and look so happy. Reading the previous comments I have to say that I live in Oregon where it wasn't uncommon for children to come and settle on their own. One family's grandfather was 12 when he came here with his 14 year-old brother and settled.
The water looks so pretty and I love the laundry hanging to dry by the river.
I can see why you loved it here. We've gotten away from giving children responsibilities like these children seem to have.
I love these photos. Chao Phraya River!
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