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Thaddeus's Bridge

These are from a couple weeks ago.  We were taking our friend Suzie out for her birthday & decided to stop at the Colonie Town park on the way.  Yes of course Molly came along !
Instead of going into the park we took the bike path back towards Niskayuna
It was a little different to what we remembered as they had put in a new section that goes thru a new housing development.  This is part of a "forever wild" area we walked through

Even the bees were busy.
It then goes into the streets to go under the twin bridges that carry the northway over the Mohawk.  The real name is the Thaddeus Kosciusko bridge.
You bet I had to go underneath it to take pictures while Popster sat patiently waiting.
I love bridges & this was an opportunity to get some different angles

Unfortunately the way back was all uphill but we had dinner to look forward to!



  1. Oh thank you for getting upside down and all sorts of crazy to take bridge shots. I love bridges too but we don't have iron ones here. Those pictures are fabulous.


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