We've been looking forward to Transportation Day ever since we found out about it 3 weeks ago. It's the 10th annual Day, but the first time we have attended. Basically a church/preschool invites a bunch of different vehicles to come park in their parking lot and then, free of charge, the public is invited to come check out the different modes of transportation. The flier said there were 40 vehicles. I actually think there were more. There was food and vendors and games too, but we went for the trucks. And cars. And buses. And man, was it fun.
(These photos are actually edited and trimmed down. I didn't post 3/4 of them. Feel free to skim.)
We'll be hearing about this hug for the next week.
He honked the horn. Enthusiastically.
In the back of the ambulance. The EMT was really nice to him (and really cute).
I think that Transportation Day is one of the most fun family things we have ever done. It was close by, it was free, it was simple and spectacular at the same time and it was truly enjoyable. Spencer's face everytime we got to a new vehicle was just priceless. Over and over and over again.
It was the best kind of day.