Aeneas Lester, 2, gives his "Granddude" William Barber a high-five before the start of the N.C. Senior Games cycling event on Sunday at the NC Highway Patrol Driving and Training Facility in Raleigh. "We're way too cool to be called Grandma and Grandpa," said Barber's wife Colleen Barber.
Aeneas Lester, 2, gives his "Granddude" William Barber a high-five before the start of the N.C. Senior Games cycling event on Sunday at the NC Highway Patrol Driving and Training Facility in Raleigh. "We're way too cool to be called Grandma and Grandpa," said Barber's wife Colleen Barber. jhknight@newsobserver.com
Aeneas Lester, 2, gives his "Granddude" William Barber a high-five before the start of the N.C. Senior Games cycling event on Sunday at the NC Highway Patrol Driving and Training Facility in Raleigh. "We're way too cool to be called Grandma and Grandpa," said Barber's wife Colleen Barber. jhknight@newsobserver.com

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