I’ve been behind on blogging lately, but that’s no reflection on what I’ve been up to.
In March Philip and I drove to Niagara Falls. It was such a sight, almost too big to grasp. The weather wasn’t too cold, luckily because we left home without our jackets! In the excitement of the road trip, we managed to forget that important and warm detail! The ride was worth the trip alone. We played different games, including 20 questions, where at one point Philip laughed so hard he sprayed his drink all over the front of the car, windshield and steering wheel. So that called for a pit stop, and made the trip an even better memory. When we arrived to the U.S. side of Niagara Falls the sun was sinking low into the sky, it was spectacular to see the sunset over Canada. The next morning we made our way to the Canadian side of the Falls. It was my first official trip outside of The United States (Puerto Rico didn’t count since it’s a U.S. Territory). Passport in hand I was ready for an adventure. We also drove to Toronto, which was an interesting city (but I’ll post another blog about that later). For now, enjoy these snap shots!
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