Skip to main content

Our Jumps At Navado Bridge, Arizona

HALF WAY TO GRAND CANYON....  This time we took a different route to Grand Canyon cos we stopped by St George and Salt Lake city in Utah.  My dreams from my younger days to visit Utah has come true.  Know why?  During my teenage days, I have a crush on Donny Osmond who hails from Utah!  LOL... Never imagine that I would be here in this same city he was born and raised... LOL...

After that, we found our way to Navajo Bridge.... and by the time we reached the Grand Canyon, it was way past our planned itinerary.  In total we were on the road for more than 12 hours!  How tiring for both the drivers.... thank God they did not complain, in fact they were still full of energy, walking and jumping in the air... *the younger driver* I mean...
Navajo Bridge...
Navajo Bridge is a pair of steel spandrel arch bridges that cross the Colorado River... 
Colorado River...
Seems rather quiet here... 
And we can do our thingy... 
Ready... get set....

JUMP!!
WE JUMP,  HE JUMPS!


Comments

  1. I have height fright, I will be scare to look down...

    ReplyDelete
  2. Why are there no one else on the bridge except for you all?

    ReplyDelete
  3. Oh!!! I thought you all jumped from the bridge like in bungy jumping. :D

    ReplyDelete
  4. I did not know about this bridge. I love your close up shot of it, how it comes out of the rock! Your son jumps quite high!!! So good to see happy, excited people!

    ReplyDelete
  5. Glad to see such happy faces! Love your jump shots!

    ReplyDelete
  6. Majestic colorado river, you look like a cowgirl in photo #4

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Thank you, readers!

Popular posts from this blog

Mini Birthday Celebration At August Healing, Ipoh

GETTING HEALED AGAIN... this time four of us went to August Healing for other sweet and savoury delights.  This time when we went up to the little cafe, the tables were all occupied except for one.  Next time we must not go during lunch time.  Mistake....  Anyway, we managed to get a table near the window while waiting for another two of my friends to arrive.  First time visit for them and I hope they like the food there as much as I like them.  We ordered three different varieties to share as we had a heavy breakfast in the morning....  Which shall I choose? Berries bread pudding today....  Forgot what this is called....  Garlic honey scones...  Coffee for my friends.... As for me, I had Chamomile tea....  We ordered one croissant to share.... Smoked duck and omelette fillings... Full to the brim... RM15....  Quiche again.... different fillings this time... RM15 And a Happy Birthday piece of cheese cake... RM14.. Though just a few varieties, we were very full.... For dinner, I just ha

Freshly Baked With Love From Breadlady

BUNS AND PIES... freshly baked with Love.... printed on a brown paper bag, delivered by her handsome son right to my doorstep!  LOL.... Saw it on Facebook, one of my friends put up the fresh curry buns she ordered.  Yours truly saw and salivated and the next thing, I have the details I needed.  During the weekdays, the Breadlady has different kinds of buns and on Saturdays, she makes shepherd pies.  Since I got the details on Friday, I quickly messaged her and ordered 5 packets!  No, I did not eat them all, I ordered for my friends too, they have the same common interest as I do.  LOL...  ' Each set of shepherd pie comes with 2 fresh buns costing RM15.   I like her packing.... Brown paper bag with this slogan... Freshly baked with love...  The pies were still warm when they were delivered to right to  my doorstep with no extra charge... So nice! This was my lunch on Saturday.... I like the buns too...fresh and soft... One is filled with cranberries and apple.. And the other one is

Dim Sum For Six In First Garden, Ipoh

BREAKFAST PLANS.... and we had Dim Sum this morning in First Garden.  We made the plans the night before to meet at the shop at 9am...  (A relief for me cos I had been waking up very early these days!)   Managed to get a big table for six pax, thanks to two of my friends who were there earlier than 9.  Except for the SOP procedures, it looks like business were back to normal in some areas.  We spent around an hour enjoying the below Dim Sum and we would be meeting again for lunch later!  Opppsss... it is all about eating again during this time of RMCO... (Recovery Movement Control Order) First to be served... the Dim Sum-s... And the total cost for our orders came to RM60.... Definitely a good deal... I am definitely full.... for now! LOL...