|At the Bridge of Flowers in Shelbourne, MA|
|A gorgeous bridge of flowers... Bridge of Flowers!|
|Nay smelling the flowers with Ms Christy|
|Us at the Bridge of Flowers|
We visited Salmon Falls to see the potholes left by the ice age glaciers.
|The potholes are amazing... the were made by glaciers during the ice age|
|See for yourself|
|Beautiful scenery at Salmon Falls|
We visited the Fish Ladder and learned way more than I thought I cared about about how fish travel to their spawning locations. It was actually fascinating and I learned a lot.
|About to cross the bridge to see the fish ladder|
|You can see the fish ladder through the fence... the ladder helps the fish cross the dam to swim to their spawning place|
|View from the other side of the bridge|
|Heading down to the fish viewing room|
|Can you see the fish? They are fighting hard to seim upstream to make it to their spawning place. They travel from the ocean to the place they were born to spawn. Wow! Our natural world is amazing.|
|That is the size of an actual salmon... the photo does not do it any justice.|
|The girls searching for tadpoles and Uncle Darby's house that he built with his two hands|
|Nay loving the tractor driving life|
|See that little head on the tractor? That's my baby!|
|Nay driving with Mr Josh|
|My first taste of rhubarb... Grandma Fritz's rhubarb cobbler was AMAZING. Where has rhubarb been all of my life?|
|Building a marble run with his new buddy Mr Josh before bedtime.|
|We had a fun time roasting marshmallows in the rain!|
On the way home from Deerfield we stopped by Poet Seat Tower to enjoy the amazing view.
|It says "Jump off the cliff and build your wings on the way down."|