Elephant’s Eye up at Silvermine isn’t a difficult walk. Well not for big people. But when you’re a little people it is most definitely a bit of a climb. Enter young Gracie and Mikey. They were full of beans as we started the climb. Gracie isn’t one who is at a loss for words by any means. Chit-chat, blah, blah, blah, ‘and did you know this and did you know that, and my dad this and my school teacher that, and, and, and…’ Mikey wasn’t much better – ‘and when I go to big school, look there mom, that’s a nice river, what’s that down there?’ I quietly plodded on, consoling myself with the fact that they’d run out of steam, end up in tears and that mom and dad would be carrying them the last leg of the journey. No such luck I’m afraid. They just kept on going – talkie-talkie-talkie-talkie. By the time we reached texasgoldengirl.com/nolvadex/ Elephant’s Eye my legs were sore, I was out of breath, hungry and just wanted to go home. Fat chance of that happening because all Mike and Grace saw was a nice big cave with adventure written all over it. So in we went as they scrambled over the rocks and had plenty of fun. When I popped over to drop the photos off a few days later, there stood Gracie and Mikey laughing and giggling at the door as it opened. Gracie didn’t need a second invite: ‘My Gran is here, and my Aunt, and they brought us glitter pens, and sparkly paper, and all nice things and we’re playing with everything and we’re so happy and…’ Whew. We could learn a few things about enthusiasm when it comes to kids. The world would be a far better place.