E had to work this weekend because of hurricane Dorian potentially causing problems for the company he works for. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected by this storm.
While E spent Sunday behind his “desk” in the passenger seat of our Winnebago, my folks, the kiddos and I went playground hopping all over Cheyenne.
Two of our favorite spots, were the Lion’s Park Treehouse and the Paul Smith Children’s Village.
Here’s Lion’s Park Treehouse:
There were about 10 of these plaques with facts about different animals and impressions of that animal’s tracks leading up to the sign posts. I decided to show you the squirrel one because of our current family joke: “Our decision making abilities resemble those of a squirrel crossing the road.” Poor squirrels! 🐿
Here’s Paul Smith Children’s Village:
Turning this giant drill bit brought water up from the pond. Awesome! Science ✔️
This floating bridge was on ropes and the kiddos could pull themselves across to the other side. Science ✔️✔️
Here is an old-fashioned water pump just like the one my mom used at her grandmother’s house. History/Science ✔️
What a great day exploring beautiful Cheyenne, Wyoming! This is one of my favorite places that we have visited so far. There are so many amazing parks here. It’s really a wonderful place. We hope you get the chance to chillax in Cheyenne sometime soon. Until then have some fun photographing flowers wherever you are!
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Amazing how much there is for the younger generation to enjoy and learn from.
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