Friday, September 25, 2015

July 4th Parade 2015

This is one of those very late post that I was't able to post right  away because you know, life gets in the way kind of thing.  We went downtown and watch the parade.  We stood in front of St. Paul church
 While waiting for the parade to reach our  spot, we took some photos of us.
 My son found this  ice cubes very neat.
 Our kids are almost the same height now.  I guess 18 months is not that big of a gap.    I think that our son will surpass his sister's size and height becase he eats more than his sister does and he is more active than her.
 It's nice to see that some people  express their  love for the country doing different things, some express it through fashion.
   I love how in-sync these flag bearers were.
 The first choice America Bank always hasa big stand. They give out free drinks, candies, and bags.
 Our sweet tooth has two agenda, to shake the sheriff's hand and collect more candies, lol.
 The new  mayor was riding i a car.    I miss the former mayor who walks during parades and shake hands with people and talk to them.    He was such a nice Mayor
 Everybody is different, my husband said.
 This Nasa float is cute.
 Ronald McDonald was fun to watch
 My husband love seeing old folks sports their old cars.
 This guy was rocking it with his patriotic  outfit.
 We loved these old military vehicles.
 There were school bands.
 This superstar came by our spot an  greeted us.       The owner said that he love ladies attention.
 It's nice to see Fr. Tony led the Pro-Life.  He was also pushing a wheelchair ofa disabled  person that was  holding the sign.

 Here's some more intersting  floats.
 There was also a band playing music.
 I love these horses!
 We ended up our day by grabbing some yummy bites at Wendy'.

 We don't usually attend community events but once in a while we try to.

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Monorail Ride at Hershey Park

This photo isn't mine
Since I am not a fan of riding high and fast rides in amusement park, we all went on a monorail ride.   Monorail is sponsored by Capital BlueCross.  It is an elevated monorail which offers riders an audio tour while viewing Hersheypark, ZooAmerica, and downtown Hershey.  
The Kissing Tower at Hershey Park
The photos above  is the ride called the Kissing Tower.  It is an enclosed cabin that  climbs 250 feet and rotates in a clockwise direction.  It provide the  riders a panoramic view of Hershey through windows shaped like Hershey's Kisses chocolates.  You have to pay an extra fee to go on this ride.  We did not do it.

 It was a relaxing  ride after a  huge walk at the park.  My daughter wasn't thrilled because  it wasn't fast  but my son and I  enjoyed it.  I got the chance to look around without getting dizzy or getting sick to my stomach lol.  It also gave me a chance to take pictures from   an elevated  location.
 Just looking at  the rides  makes  me dizzy already so I don't  really understand how people could enjoy such a thing lol.
 I think I would have a heart attack on this thing.  I mean look how much yo]u will drop!
 Going on a monorail ride really gives you that ipportuunity to look around not only  inside the park but you will also  glimpsed part of the  Zoo America and the downtown part of Hershey.
 Part of Zoo America.
 So glad that they took me to this monorail ride.  At least I get to enjoy  one thing at the park lol.
We would love to  go back there again sometimes.  We had a grand time out there.  I mean for just  two days, we did so much!

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