Saturday night we took the kids to a place called Kiddie Park. It is just a bunch of rides for little kids and the rides only cost 25 or 50 cents per ride, so pretty cheap entertainment. Afterward we went for some snow cones, my favorite summer time treat.
I tried to find the history on Kiddie Park, but could not find much. All I know is that it first opened in 1947. The rides have obviously been updated since then, but some of them look original. I will show you what I mean in one of the photos.
Riding the train
Look at the old horses on this ride. A closer look reveals more about its age, but I did not get a close up picture of them.
Last ride, the carousal. The worker had to push start the ride and help stop it.
We all rode of course and Jesse insisted he wear his Polo tucked into his athletic shorts with blue flip flops and a cowboy hat. Yes, we did get lots of stares. Brent was getting in trouble by Lillian because he was riding his horse backwards.
Jesse acting goofy and making me laugh...as usual. It's one of the things that I love so much about him though.Sunday was church and then back on the road for the Young family. Jesse and I had a wonderful time with them.