awww, Teddy is holding hands with Matthew and exploring a new train car. oops, too new, it wasn’t set up yet but the door was open for a reporter who took our pictures. She gave me her card and on the website, I found pretty much the same picture of my boys looking out the window (even though we went to train days on August 2, not Sept 20): http://www.mymcmedia.org/train-days-celebrate-gaithersburgs-history/train24/ and http://www.mymcmedia.org/train-days-celebrate-gaithersburgs-history/train0/
Fun toy trains and tracks, puzzles, and coloring to do in this train caboose! Standing on the stools was all fun and games until Teddy fell off the stool…and then I was that mom who let her kids do something dangerous and then had to hightail it out of there with a crying child. 😦
Cute one-room schoolhouse exhibit in the Gaithersburg Community Museum.
Playing around (but not climbing!) the 1918 Buffalo Creek and Gauley #14 Steam Locomotive