Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Shooting in the Dragon Fruit Plantation

My son is crazy for BB Gun with plastic bullets recently. Last week we went back to our hometown and he got the chance to hone his shooting skill in his uncle's plantation.

His sister helped to carry the bullets - what an important task for the special assistant!
My hubby made his own catapult when he was young. I'm sure all the squirrels in his dad's plantation hated him. He said he'll make one for his son soon.
Using the bottle as target.
I know at this age my son is curious about gun. I explained the danger of it and the precaution he has to take. I know I can't stop him from his curiosity but I do wish he'll outgrow it soon.


MamaFaMi said...

Wah your son is so handsome... *wink*

cityding said...

Haha, you didn't try to shoot?

YuinTing Chin said...

Thank you, MamaFaMi.
Yang pentingnya must be well behaved :-)

Mr cityding, last week I tried to act cool and play with his plastic gun but accidentally drop & broke it. My clumsiness caused me RM5 for a new gun. Guess I better ask my hubby to make me a catapult instead.

Lana said...

do you have a picture of dragon fruit- I have never seen one! My son also loves to shoot his BB gun- boys will be boys!! :)

YuinTing Chin said...

HI Lana, there're a few types of dragon fruit (white/yellow/red flesh). My brother-in-law planted the red flesh type which is very sweet & yummy. Its texture is a bit like kiwi + melon. I'll take some photos of the fruit when I go back to my hometown again.

pakmat said...

..sorry, lady..a boy will never outgrows his fascinations with guns..even upon to the ripe age of 64, like pakmat..for the little boy is forever within him..and when you see yr hubby bonding with his is the boy in him that connects..:)

YuinTing Chin said...

Hi Pakmat, from your blog I get to know that "hunting for snipes has always been an unmitigated passion with pakmat..."
What a cool "pakcik" (boy) !