It happened. And we’re not going to talk about it.
LOL! We did that this year too. My Thomas-obsessed boy had a blast! 🙂
We did that this year as well. I don’t think we’re gonna do that again; for how much we paid I would have expected something alot better.
I hope at least your view was WAY better than ours; we got a ton of backyards. The highlights of that were that one family kept bees, so we got to see some brood boxes, and then someone else had a Mr. Hanky wooden cutout waving at us, then we saw a huge field of dandelions and then maybe 3 minutes of cows and horses. And then of course the same view just in reverse.
If you happen to be near Tweetsie (Boone, NC), their Day Out is super cool (as super cool as a Day Out With Thomas can possibly be). It helps though that Tweetsie is already a train themed amusement park. Since we had already been to that one, Snoqualmie didn’t live up to it really but we had to go. Liam was going on and on about wanting to go back to the old house so he could ride Thomas in Sodor. Turns out he thought Tweetsie=Sodor.
I know snow in July! Wow, finally hit the 80’s yesterday. Is summer really here (finally)? I’d love to see what she makes with the knitting thingy.
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