Fire in the Hole, if I'd known anything about the ride. We didn't think anything about it, being as he met the height requirements; but there were a few too many steep drops, and because it was dark, you couldn't tell when they were coming. He didn't cry; but while he wanted to go on all the other rides again, when asked, even though he said it was fun, he did NOT want to try that one again. He still talks about it. He says, "I got wet. Mommy got wet. Daddy got wet. Adina got wet. Ezekiel got wet. Bumpy, bumpy. I fall down. Scared me." Poor baby!
Worlds of Fun last year, that Adina was loving the roller coasters. So, my hubby and I were looking forward to swapping off between riding with her and looking after Kaden; but you may also remember, especially from our last visit to Silver Dollar City, that Ezekiel refuses to ride any more roller coasters. Well, he got into her head on the trip down there this year; and we were only able to convince her to go on one. Don't get me wrong. It was PowderKeg. So, it was a doozy; but my hubby got to go, and then, she wouldn't ride any more. Sigh.
Fireman's Landing, in order to take a special, informational, train ride, for all the homeschoolers, to end the day.
Pizza by the Chef, on the way back to our cabin; and while the pizza was pretty tasty, the service was horrible! Y'all, we were there nearly two hours and left just as quick as we could swallow our pizza, as it was late when we stopped and long past my kiddos' bedtimes by the time we left. It came highly recommended, especially for their vegetarian selection; but I was unimpressed to say the least. It was brutal watching the wait staff take thirty minutes to clear a table, and it took nearly that long to even get glasses of water for our table. Ugh! Plus, the live music was so loud, we couldn't hear one another speak across the table.
Marvel Cave, which we understood, beforehand, to be different from last year's tour; however, it was the same. The only difference was that we chose to let my hubby stay above ground, with Kaden, this year; and I actually got to hear what our tour guide was saying. LOL!
Moses at Sight and Sound Theater to begin. Gosh, I just can't say enough good things about Sight and Sound. We're always so impressed with the overall production and friendliness of the staff. This was Kaden's first trip, and even he was entertained. It's, without a doubt, a must stop on any future visits.
Lambert's for dinner. SO GOOD!
emergency appendectomy, ongoing issues with my hubby's Jeep, the continued need for a kitchen remodel, and even braces in our forecast, we chose to cut things a bit short. It was still such a great week and nice to have my hubby's uninterrupted (Well, almost uninterrupted, work does have a way of not being able to leave him alone.) attention. I'll be back tomorrow with this month's Friday Faves roundup. Until then, thanks so much for stopping by! Have a truly fantastic start to your weekends, friends! Hugs!