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Thursday, March 05, 2009

Milwaukee Part Two

Here are some photo's of the BioDome we went to. It was awsome. I never knew they were there until Jon pointed them out to us. One was of flowers, one was of a African or very hot place, and the middle one had trains in this time around. I will start with the trains because that is where we started when we got in the door. Here is one of the outside of the building.







Ok now here are the flowers coming up. These turned out just beautiful and I want to make some of these as photo's in the next couple of weeks.

This one was taken when we first entered the flower area.




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Look real close at this photo here. Its really amazing really..




These are the last of today's post. I could make a 3rd installment of just the plants I took photo's of. It was awsome.












Enjoy and I will make rounds tomorrow or so when I have time. Talk to you all later.N..

9 comments:

Jeannie said...

Looks very interesting. My Dad collected trains - I've got a lot of the track and a few trains in the garage. Hopefully one of my boys will take them in time.

Candy Minx said...

lly cool, looks lke an amazing break for you with the pool, the sightseeing. I bet the kids had an awesome time.

I love the miniature train...so cool!

The Griper said...

ok,,what are the botanical names of those two lovely little blonds that can only be called the flower in someone's life now? :)

lovely pics, girl. thanks for sharing them with us.

tweetey30 said...

Griper those are my babies the older one is Kora and the little one is Brianna...

Vancouver Voyeur said...

Love the flower shots. Very pretty. Oh and that pose your youngest one is striking in the one picture, priceless!

Squirl said...

Very pretty flowers. Lots of good pictures. Hope you've had a nice time.

Gardenia said...

What fun! Thanks for all the pictures so we can sort of tag along and enjoy it too! Now you know what our banana tree looked like - and right up close! Well we didn't have quite that many 'nanners - but its fascinating.

Gayle said...

Wonderful pictures, Tweety! Those bananas look like finger bananas. We used to grow them in Florida.

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

BEAUTIFUL Plants...And Beautiful Children, too! I wish you would do another post of just the plants---I am familiar with some of them--Like the Golden Barrell, and the one from Hawaii...At least you see it in Hawaii EVERYWHERE! (The first picture in the Flower Bio Dome)...
What a wonderful thing to have these three amazing Domes right there! LOVE The trains, too! But, as you know, I am partial to plants.