Sunday, November 21, 2010


Last weekend, we went to Tanglewood Farm with the Barkers. This place was awesome. It's a miniature Old West-type town with mini saloons, mini jails and everything. But it's really a big petting zoo full of miniature animals. I didn't realize so many animals came in miniature. We saw mini cows, goats (two kinds), sheep (two kinds), horses, ponies, donkeys, pigs, cats (yep, miniature cats), yaks (!), llamas and even chickens. They also had a few full-sized animals like buffalo, bunnies, very large dogs and a couple ponies to ride on. The kids LOVED it. Patrick, of course, had to wear his cowboy hat and boots from Halloween once he heard the kind of place it was. Maddy spent most of the day squealing at every animal she saw and trying to pull their fur/hair out. Here are some pictures from the day:

The three "big kids"
"Hey kid" (get it?!... I'm a moron)
Maddy thought the horns were great
Two cowboys coming out of the saloon
Taking Mommy to the Buffalo
Maddy loving her Uncle John
Maddy loving her Aunt Wendy
Jordan and Patrick in the sheep barn being silly
Exploring the pasture
There are a bunch more cute pictures of the kids and the little animals in the slideshow below. We had a lot of fun and can't wait to go back again. As always, you can see the full gallery here. We hope everybody has a great Thanksgiving!!

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