Riding Bikes through Travelers Rest

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img_20170206_174406As much as we love spending time in Greenville, I just can’t resist the small (er) town charm of Travelers Rest.  Especially when it comes to riding bikes. Shortly after we got home from school/work yesterday, I loaded up the boys and we headed out on our mini adventure.

You wouldn’t know it by the looking at the pictures, but it was like pulling teeth to get JP Beam in the car to go. He hasn’t quite come to terms with the fact that we’ve cut iPad/electronics/TV time to only 30 minutes a day .  I pretty much forced him out of the house kicking and screaming. Okay, he didn’t actually kick and scream, but I’m positive his eyes rolled all the way into the back of his precious little head! 

I knew once we got there he would enjoy himself. And, of course, he did.

I came home the other day to a brand new bicycle waiting for me in the driveway. That sort of thing happens when you have the most amazing family, like I do. Needless to say, JP and Preston weren’t the only ones who enjoyed riding through the pages of this old-fashioned story book town!

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