Saturday, April 19, 2014

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

2013 Road Trip - Vantage Bridge

"The Vantage Bridge is a bridge in the U.S. state of Washington. It carries Interstate 90 across the Columbia River, near Vantage and George, Washington. This section of the river is named Wanapum Lake; it is the reservoir formed by Wanapum Dam. The bridge separates the Ginkgo Petrified Forest and Wanapum Recreational Area State Park on the western bank of the Columbia. 

The current bridge is the second Vantage Bridge. The first was built in 1927 as part of the Sunset Highway (later US 10), a precursor to I-90. In 1962 the second bridge was built because the reservoir pool backing up behind the new Wanapum Dam would soon overwhelm the old bridge. The first bridge was dismantled. In 1968 its steel cantilever truss was reused for the Lyons Ferry Bridge, where SR 261 crosses the Snake River." 

                                                                                                     - Wikipedia


September 18 2014. We were here on our way to Great Lakes, IL and came across this magnificent view. Subhanallah.  


Monday, April 7, 2014

Jan 2014

 Jan 05 2014 - Sunday morning in the basement

Jan 07 2014 - Playing in the snow 

Jan 10 2014 - Coloring

Jan 11 2014 - Dinner

Jan 19 2014 - Cheeky

Jan 23 2014 - Puzzles

Jan 25 2014 - Afternoon nap

Jan 27 2014 - Silly and messy

Jan 31 2014 - Art

Jan 31 2014 - Playground 

Saturday, March 22, 2014

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Cleveland - Part 3

Our third day in Cleveland. We spent the first half of the day at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. It's a well spread out zoo with a large variety of animal exhibits. We only did probably half of the touring since the place is pretty big. We decided to take the free tram back to the entrance since most of us got tired from all the walking. 

Bree and Katie

Getting ready to go to Cleveland Metroparks Zoo.

Walking towards the zoo entrance from the parking lot.

Sarah and Katie.

First stop - African Elephant Crossing.

Flamingos

Checking out the big fat python.

Grammy and Katie.

Eagle

Stumbled upon this fat squirrel.

Watching koalas.

Stopping for a quick snack for the kiddos.

On our way to the Primate, Cat & Aquatics. It was quite a walk going up the hill.

Daniel being the super dad, carrying both babies.

Looking at this gorilla made me feel as if I was looking at a bored old man. His expression was so human like.

Playing at the playground before heading back.

Back at home. Kids are playing their board games they got for Christmas.