Bridges, Dams, Gardens

We went to a bridge just outside Rexburg where trains can cross over the Snake River.  There was also a marshy place where we found frogs and a little snake.

We went to the Teton Dam for the first time with Tyson & Brett and Brett & Ciara.  The places where the last three pictures were taken used to be completely submerged in water until the Teton Dam broke in 1976.  The gorge in the last picture shows where the dam used to stand.  
I brought my old slingshot back from home, then Tyson and Brett got jealous and each bought one too.  We've been taking them everywhere and shooting at everything.

After a special request from "Little Legacy," we decided to post pictures of our plants.  In order of appearance, here they are: parsley, rosemary, basil, cilantro, carrots, pea flowers, and watermelon (all started from seed).  I got the watermelon as kind of a joke, but it has really taken off.  I'm not sure how we're going to fit so much watermelon in our window when the fruit starts to get big....


KML said...

Your plants look great! (Your photography isn't bad either!) I'm so glad you started your blog. It looks great! "Thanks for sharing this blog with me." (Hee, hee)

Bonny Smith said...

that would be cool...except they're duck eggs :)