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Weekend Vacation

 Steve was gone this weekend and so my parents came to be with us for a few days.  We did lots of fun things together!  It was a weekend full of swimming, bike riding, birthday parties, and museums.  My mother and I usually go shopping when they come to visit, but I think we were just too tired this time.
 Girls making bracelets for Meme and Grandaddy.
 We visited a local drive through safari.  I have been many times, but I don't remember the animals ever being this up close and personal.


 We had several road blocks!  Blocked by baby pigs, zebra, camels and the scariest were the long horn cattle.
 This was probably my favorite!
 The girls were invited to go inside the Lemur cage.
 Cutest animal there!

Emily got to feed a Llama.

We visited a local farmer's market.  It was a very happening place!

We were all so thankful for a very fun weekend!

Comments

emily said…
Those kittens were adorable! I'm so glad you love cats too! :)
Tara G. said…
We're visiting family now- I am thankful we can make the trips so the kids have childhood memories at their grandparents' homes.
julie s said…
I love all of the stripes in the last two photos. Cute!

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