Wednesday, July 14, 2010

The North Pole

We're having such a good time in Colorado that I'm not spending much time posting our adventures! Tomorrow we hit the road to head home - which will take us a week or so with stopping to see family along the way!

One thing we really wanted to do in CO was go to the North Pole! I hadn't been here since I was a child and it was so fun to see my littles experience it! Think amusement park for young children with a Christmas twist. Everything is Christmas themed!

Enjoy the pix which fully explain what a good time we had!!! Special thanks to Meredith and Barbara for sharing coupons!

P.S. ~ Happy Birthday to my Mom!!!! What a treat to have this day together!! I love you!

8 comments:

Katie said...

What a very neat amusement park! All the pics look so fun ~ the train looks especially interesting to me! Praying for a safe journey home.

Leanne said...

how fun! we have Holiday World here in Indiana! we are waiting until they are a few years older to take them there!!

Treasures Evermore said...

So very cool. Look are you are definitely having a wonderful time...and the smiles on kids faces tells the story.

Blessings and safe ravelling mercies on your way home.

Jenny said...

Looks like a great place to play together as a family.

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mer@lifeat7000feet said...

Oh, I've been checking every so often to see if you blogged about this! It looks like you all had a great day. It's such a nostalgic place and I'm glad you got to make new memories with your littles!

Be safe driving home!

Jill said...

Looks like a fun time! Great pictures, have a safe journey home!

Blessings, Jill

thecurryseven said...

The candy cane slide is still there! I went to The North Pole a couple of times when I was growing up and going down the candy cane slide is one of my most vivid childhood memories. I'm so glad to see it still exists.

I'm glad you're having a great trip.

Rachel @ The Cupcake Sprinkles In Life said...

So very sweet~ looks like fun!

I will pray for your safe travels as you head for home...