We had a very busy summer this year, full of long distance traveling, and it’s not over yet.

We attended girl baby shower, a boy baby shower, couple of wedding showers, plus few weddings, and other family functions.

At least this year the gasoline prices were much lower than 2 years ago…lucky for us, and all the other travelers.

You already have seen many pictures of my suburban gardening, flowers, and snow, so here are some of my pictures from the trips:

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:

Museum of Art - Philladelphia, PA

Monument in Philadelpia

Washington, DC:

Capitol Building in Washington, DC

Monument of Tarasa Shevchenko - Ukrainian poetMonument of George Washington

New York City:

Williamsburg bridge - NYC

Ground Zero, NYC

View 1 of NYC from Empire State Building

View 2 of NYC from Empire State Building

View 3 of NYC from Empire State Building

Toronto, Ontario, Canada:

St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Toronto, Canada

We really enjoyed the events we attended in these cities, as well as the site seeing.

I love watching the busy city life, and admire the convenience, but I enjoy the relaxing atmosphere of the suburbs.

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2 Responses

  1. Diana

    September 29th, 2010 at 8:54 pm


    Looks like you had an amazing summer! I live near Philly!! :) Love NYC! Never been to Canada…hope to visit sometime.

  2. Suburban Grandma

    September 30th, 2010 at 6:58 pm


    It sure was very busy….and expensive…..but at least the gasoline was cheaper this year.
    Thank you for visiting my site-:)

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