Matt and Zach swung through town this week on their way back from Uganda.
We don't spend a lot of time in the old town center, so it was fun to head out, show them around, and enjoy downtown summer Prague.
This is Clay's favorite, The Bridge Band. They camp out at this one spot on Charles Bridge and we always stop. Lots of banjo-ing and washboard-tapping.
It's flat out gorgeous in the summer.
The guys wanted to check out the TV Tower close to our house.
Aren't all those babies crawling over it the strangest thing?
It's just so quirky and bizarre. Random and very "Prague." I love it :)
The view from inside:
Here's our neighborhood.
And the park we head to a lot.
Later that night we went to that very park, and the guys tossed the frisbee around.
It was one of those moments that you tuck away in your memory because you know you'll look back and treasure how special that moment truly was. Clay, the Keller guys, and Zach. Running around and shrieking after a flying frisbee, while Czechs lounged around grilling sausage and practiced tight rope walking in the background.
Little boys having the time of their lives, being played with like big boys. Big boys acting like little boys. Everyone not thinking about cultural stress or the challenges of starting over in a new place.
The city spires in the fading summer light.
It was magic.