Saturday, September 19, 2009

Marshmallows, Anyone?/ SOOC


Making a campfire under the watchful eyes of their parents

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14 comments:

Jacob said...

I have found down through the years that often people refer to roasting marshmallows over a fire as some of their most pleasant childhood memories!

A very entertaining and warm-hearted photo, EG!

Betty said...

The boys seem to be enjoying themselves.Roasted marshmellows are yummie. I don't know why some of my kids liked them burnt,but they did. Great capture.

George said...

This is a wonderful photo of summer and youth

gengen said...

Oh I miss like that I use to do that when we have camping...Happy SOOC nice shot for the two cute kids.

PERBS said...

Love them! Make mine burnt please. . .

Small City Scenes said...

Nice photo. roasting marshmallows always brings up good memories. Like burned fingers, burned marshmallows, crying kids because their marshmallow fell off the stick into the fire. Such wonderful memories. LOL MB

Jeanne said...

Oh I love it! Captured their concentration and that smoke perfectly. RYC: That maple syrup was amazing! They lhad little shot glasses with four different grades of "liquid gold" from light to black. WoW!

maryt/theteach said...

I hope his marshmallow didn't drop into the fire, EG! I think I can smell the aroma of a burning fire... :)

Jan said...

I'm with Jacob, I have many wonderful memories of roasting marshmallows. I loved making S'mores!

Sherrie said...

Hi!
I love roasted marshmallows! Nothing like the taste anywhere that I've found anyway! A great way to make lots of fun memories. Have a great day!

Sherrie

Shammickite said...

I hope my two grandsons will have marshmallow memories just like that!

Rose said...

I was just the other night looking at some old photos of the girls and a boy or two having a fire outside. I think they had been having marshmellows but not sure...at least in one of them.

I still love to have a fire outside...sit and talk and have a hot dog roasted over the fire....that is about the only way I like a hot dog.

lisaschaos said...

Smores please. :)

Buenos Aires Photoblog said...

That's very sweet! Makes you want to be kid for a while.

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