I promised them one day we would walk them both, and today was the day! We parked the van at the foot of the BIG bridge right by the church and took off. We had to pass the car dealer, and we stood by the cars we loved, well the girls did. The boys were being cool.
Then we made it to the bridge. This is the main BIG bridge and the street is called Colosa and also Hiway 20. Some folks call it the 10th Street bridge because when you get to Marysville it is 10th street:
Here is a map of our walk, it is about 3 miles. It took about an hour!
The bridge was very loud and scary due to the large amount of rain. The river is way higher than usual, and running very fast!
Anna says, they have handicap parking for boats, and as soon as she said it, shook her head and look at me, and I knew, I had gotten her for just a second...bha ha ha
Onward on our adventure, and before we got to the second bridge, known as the little bridge or the 5th street bridge that goes from Marysville into Yuba City to become Bridge Street.
The homeless RV park! bha ha ha...Eric was so wanting the bike trailer that is under the right pile of stuff!
We are now headed West and I liked this bridge a lot better! It was quieter, the walk path was wider and the river was narrower. I liked how safe I felt on it.
The boys of course were trying to trip each other all the way home, and I was noticing. The punks. You can still see all the puddles from the rain. We are expecting more rain, but it was so pretty.
On the way back past the car dealer, my dream car was out, and just washed so the girls took my pic with it:
SoThe Cadillac Escalade. But I really am content with my Mazda zoom zoom mini van, pay no attention to me laying hands and claiming this vehicle! lol ha haha
So we get back to the church and we watched a semi-truck pull wires off the poles, I was in shock as he kept driving off, and had my camera in my hand, but did not take a picture. I did call 911 and we got to see the fire department come and take care of the situation.
We were all ready for lunch, and our adventure had come to a close. Home for Math and Spanish! The clouds have moved back in and I am glad we took the opportunity to go and enjoy the blue skies!