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When I think of gnomes, I immediately picture a lawn decoration that graced my grandma’s front yard—a little man with a white beard and a red hat, similar to these guys:
Oh, but how time have changed! As it turns out, gnomes come in many shapes and sizes and go on all sorts of adventures!
Gnomes like to ride turtles:
And play football (clearly Indianapolis Colts fans!):
Gnomes on spring break like to get a little sun:
What’s a vacation without relaxing in a hammock?
When in the sun, it’s important to protect your eyes:
And don’t forget to stop and pet the lady bugs!
Mom and I had a marvelous day! We would love to see pictures of your gnomes! Share with us on the Travel with Aging Parents Facebook page.