Monday, July 29, 2013

Yogi Bear Park

     Grandma and Papaw took us to Yogi Bear Park for the weekend. We stayed in one of the Homestead cabins. The boys loved it and had so much fun. 

      Friday we checked into our cabin and got settled. We went over to the Pirate Cove's Arcade and played games. Then we ate sandwiches before heading over to the Pirate's Cove water park. The boys splashed and slid down the slides. We played til pretty close to bedtime and the boys slept great! 

     Saturday we got up and ate breakfast casserole I made.  Then the boys tackled Yogi Bear's Tower of Power. Logan and Lucas rode the Bear Roll Train before heading down to the Ol' Swimmin Hole for a quick swim before the water park opened. We rented a cabana and played at the water park for a bit. Then we ate at the Pirate's Cove Grill. We played a couple of games of bowling.The boys rode around the park on the golf cart with Grandma and Papaw for a while. The boys rode the Firetruck ride and then got a sno cone. Lucas was on the back of the golf cart with his sno cone when Joshua went over a bump. Poor Lucas lost his sno cone. Grandma came to the rescue and gave him her's! We went back and did the Hey, Hey, Hey ride after the boys met Cindy Bear. We headed back to the water park and it started raining. The boys loved the water park in the rain! By the time they left, they had been the only ones there for quite a while so they had the run of the park. They came back and we ate poppyseed chicken casserole with fruit. Joshua and I had went back to the cabin so I could get dinner ready. We sat in the cabin and just listened to the rain. It was so peaceful. 

     Sunday morning we ate breakfast at the Pic-a-Nic Basket. Justin went swimming one last time while Logan and Lucas said the pledge with Yogi and took pictures with him. We also took pictures at several different areas around the park. We went back and packed and loaded up. We went to the arcade to cash in all their tickets and choose prizes. Finally we checked out and headed home. The boys are already talking about going back next summer!

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