Hot Snow & The Train Bridge

My mom used to take me to this spot for special time when I was a little girl.

We would head over to Hometown Bakery to buy a donut, and then walk up the bridge overlooking the trains. There is something so exciting, and thrilling to be at the top of the bridge with the wind blowing through your hair. You can see for miles and miles. Every once in awhile a real train will go whizzing past underneath, and blows its whistle. Just a really special place, and I plan to continue this tradition with my boys. 


This family has started their own tradition of walking up the train bridge, and then heading over to a local coffee shop for a snack afterwards. Everybody orders ‘hot snow’ to drink, and picks their favorite muffin of sugar cookie with sprinkles.

Anything with sprinkles is good right?

I did my best to capture this special tradition for this dear family. We even walked out of the coffee shop to find a pony tied to a lamp post.

Hope you enjoy this sneak peek into our lifestyle session!


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Deb Olsen - December 3, 2011 - 8:01 pm

Beautiful family pics. I love the bright colors and natural poses, especially the one of Amelia’s socks and bright yellow coat!

Deb O.

Faye - November 29, 2011 - 5:19 am

I love these Kate! I love the one of them blurred in the background; the messy faces; the colours; just everything about it. You totally captured this family doing what they love!

Linda - November 28, 2011 - 5:35 pm

I DO LIKE these pictues, Kate! Beautiful with the fall colors, leaves, etc. FUN!!!

Julie Livermore - November 28, 2011 - 3:54 pm

What a darling family!! I love that spot–and so do my boys!

Jen Martin - November 28, 2011 - 3:06 pm

Kate, I love EVERY SINGLE ONE of these pictures of this special family! Such sweet girls and great parents that we get to call friends!! 🙂 Thank you for sharing more of your awesome photography! 🙂

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