Wednesday, August 21, 2013

New River Gorge Bridge

On our way to and from Ohio and/or Pennsylvania each year, we often like to stop at the New River Gorge and check out the longest arch bridge in the Western Hemisphere.  (After building a bridge like this out of Jello boxes for school a few years ago, we have a new appreciation for the design!)

It's becoming quite a tradition.  The bridge never changes, but our family does!

Here are some pictures from one of our first visits in 2005:

And then a few years later, when we were a family of 5 in 2007:

.... and now as a family of 6 in 2013!
(The boys were happier than their faces reveal here)

I guess it's a good spot for family pictures.

And it's also a great place for a rest stop since the bathrooms are clean, and there are a couple hundred steps for the kids to run up and down to get out some energy!

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