Every time we go to Idaho the sunsets are breathtaking!
Unfortunately we got there just after sunset and most of the kid things were closed, like the wagon rides out to the pumpkin patch and the train rides. The maze was also haunted after dusk so we didn't get to do that part either. I was sad. But there was still plenty of fun things to do! 95% of these pictures are blurry because it seems my phone sucks at taking pictures in the dark, but oh well.
First the kids rode the swing. Brynlie was too little to hang on with how fast it went so she stayed behind.
And then we went on the big slide. This thing was STEEP! And really tall. Idaho doesn't mess around. The first time down was actually pretty scary, but it was fun after that. K went down twice and then decided it was too intense for her, so she took our picture at the bottom.
Then all 3 of my children spent a while on the jump pad.
The corn pit was a huge hit. When we changed into pj's that night it was raining corn in our hotel room.
Kennedy and I scaled the pyramid. I didn't get to the tippy top. The three teenagers at the top spent at least 15 minutes (not exaggerating) up there trying to get the perfect selfie, so there wasn't room.
This place was a lot of fun. We'll have to come back earlier next year and see what else there is to do. They made a Mater out of straw
This was our "goofy" version. Epic fail.
And the girls loved the minion.
We all slept really well that night except for Brynlie falling off the bed at 5:30 in the morning and waking us all up, so the girls are pretty cranky today.
We went to church and Andrew gave a beautiful blessing for their baby boy. Some of the cousins and Aunt Rhonda and Uncle Mike bore great testimonies as well. It gives me great pride to watch Cory participate in sacred priesthood ordinances.
After church we had a delicious lunch with many of their family members and then we headed home. We had a great time. It's always so refreshing to spend time together as a family. Cory's cousins are such huge examples to me. They're so kind and accepting and their spiritual strength and conviction definitely gives me something to aspire to. I sure love them.
See you, soon!