Amelia Kesler of Kennewick walks with her grandson, Trevvor Langlois, 3, as he pushes himself with his feet on his bike Monday during a trip to a playground near Edison Street in Kennewick’s Columbia Park. The two were drawn outside by sunny skies and warm temperatures. Kesler said Trevvor is learning how to ride a two-wheel bicycle and is wearing a colorful helmet he received as a Christmas gift.
Amelia Kesler of Kennewick walks with her grandson, Trevvor Langlois, 3, as he pushes himself with his feet on his bike Monday during a trip to a playground near Edison Street in Kennewick’s Columbia Park. The two were drawn outside by sunny skies and warm temperatures. Kesler said Trevvor is learning how to ride a two-wheel bicycle and is wearing a colorful helmet he received as a Christmas gift. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Amelia Kesler of Kennewick walks with her grandson, Trevvor Langlois, 3, as he pushes himself with his feet on his bike Monday during a trip to a playground near Edison Street in Kennewick’s Columbia Park. The two were drawn outside by sunny skies and warm temperatures. Kesler said Trevvor is learning how to ride a two-wheel bicycle and is wearing a colorful helmet he received as a Christmas gift. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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