Sunday, June 20, 2010

Happy Father's Day

What a treat to be able to spend Father's Day exactly as you want it. Not every father gets to do that so those of us who can should be grateful.

Having dinner with all the children and grandchildren, is of course, the greatest event of the day to look forward to. Watching a few of the World Cup Soccer games on a big screen is also special for Father's Day. Taking a few hours to drive along the beautiful Alpine Township country side this morning was the perfect way to start the day off.

The morning started of at Ed Dunneback & Girls Farm at 3025 Six Mile Road NW

Searching for strawberries and cherries,found much more inside, including home made donuts and many other temptations

Oh yes, there were strawberries left, (at least for another week) and lots of cherries. The farm will be open though the fall.






How does a guy named Nate Rademacher get to play on the Migrant Soccer League?

Jorge Jaimez, President of the Migrant Soccer League

Part of the Father's Day experience at the Alpine Township Sports Complex today.

Father and daughter on the playground
Some of the concession stand workers and family taking a break

Westgate Neighborhood Park was the perfect venue for this Alpine Township's family Father's Day Picnic.

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