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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!


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

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

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

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  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!

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

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

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