Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Bus stop

Yesterday, we went bus riding around downtown Austin [click here to see the post]. We took a long route from the bus stop nearest to our house to my soon-to-be workplace. Then from there to my mother-in-law's office. It was eye-opening and exhausting trip.

The picture above was Abi having fun feeding the pigeons while we were at the bus stop waiting for Bus #19 going to my mother-in-law's office. It was his first time seeing a lot of birds that close to him. And the pigeons were not even afraid of people. It seems that they're already used being around with people. As soon as my son threw crumbs of biscuit, the pigeons immediately got their share of crumbs.

Starts at Two


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