Saturday, January 22, 2011

Yellow River Game Ranch

As a last-minute thing, Stacy and her kids came with me and my girls to the Yellow River Game Ranch.  The sign states: "Like a zoo, but better!"  Ummm, not quite, but we enjoyed it.  About twice a year, they have $1 day, and this was one, so it made it all the better.

Riding in the van together to have a fun day.

It was a cloudy and chilly day, but luckily, it did not rain on us.

First animal siting: a peafowl.  We learned only the males are called peacocks.  They had a lot of these.  We even saw some in a tree!

Bailey and Halle loved helping me with the girls, and I was glad they did.

Chess got to feed a deer.

Look at this little fawn, and the sweet smile on Chess's face.

Bailey was so happy to see the bison.  That is her favorite animal.

Lera was pointing and "talking" the whole time.

Personally, I think the game ranch should invest in some new walking paths.  The ones they had were crooked and cracked, and the mud was just plan nasty.

All the kids.  Chess is grimacing in quite a few of the posed pictures.

This is where Georgia's groundhog, General Lee, lives.  Only a couple of weeks until his big day!

It was smelly and muddy, but we had a fun time.  Thanks, MacPhersons, for coming along!

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