Bankhead Adventures

17 December 2009

Natural Bridges State Park


While Amy's brother Mike was in town, we took the family to Natural Bridges State Park. This place is named for three bridge-like rock formations, only one of which still exists. It's also famous for the thousands of Monarch butterflies that spend the winter there, but we had to look long and hard to see just a few butterflies. Despite the slightly misleading marketing, we had a lovely time enjoying the beach and hiking some trails. Anyway, the children were more interested in sword fighting with sticks and honing their acrobatic skills on the beach than in butterfly watching.

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5 Comments:

  • Boo! When we were there at Thanksgiving the guides were telling us the butterfly migration lasted through the end of January! I can't believe its just petered out like that. So weird.

    By Blogger Amy, at 9:16 AM  

  • So um how long was Mikey there? A few days? Yeah I lived with you for a month and never made the blog. Thanks. I love you

    By Blogger Hi Hi, at 2:21 PM  

  • Great beach out there. Love the adventures and acrobatics.

    By Blogger Ashlee, at 10:23 PM  

  • hey guys, I don't think we have your right address. Can you email it to me so we can send you a Christmas card. emilyruss at gmail

    Thanks!!

    By Blogger Em Russ, at 3:03 PM  

  • Impressive throw!
    Wish we were on the beach with you!!!!

    By Blogger Jen, at 9:33 PM  

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