Monday, June 17, 2013
That's what the locals call it.
However, if you're not familiar with this area, you will probably find yourself referring to it as Lake Oswego (which, of course, it it's real name).
A few weekends ago, we decided to take a day trip out to visit the lake and tour the city.
It was a gorgeous day!
Go Judah! He can crank out a good amount of pushups.
Mr. Mallard (I think) from Make Way for Ducklings.
This was a historic landmark of a huge iron furnace.
It looked rather Medieval under the arches.
We walked around the whole thing... wait...
Judah?! How in the world did he get up there?!
There were bars on all the entrances, so it kind of looked like a jail inside it.
Judah climbed the bars, but Shiloh didn't!
Jordan decided that he would have a better view of the lake from this angle...
As you can tell, we were totally fine leaving him up there.
When someone goes to take a self-picture, just smile because it will make it look like you were suppose to be in the picture...
Eden and I made it out to the rocks!
Ballet is a workout too.
After lunch, we went hiking in the woods to take a look at where the water went.
Do Not Disturb!
Shiloh forging the stream.
The sunlight looked so pretty shinning through the old bridge.
That tree was huge!
We get to climb the log next, don't we???
After our hike, we went out on the town.
The little fountain was a hit with the kids!
That moment when you realize the fountain could spray higher............
Checking out the city's "art".
No, I don't think these newcomers classified it as art.
Judah got to ride the pony!
All seven of us on the train tracks at the end of a fun and special day!