Sunday, August 21, 2011

100 Potter's Park

100 pictures that is, of us a Potter's Park in Lansing.
I'll share just a few of those with you.
The weather was beautiful and we had a great time.

This is my friend from work, Natalie and her daughter, Rosie.
The little girls decided not to ride the ponies this time, 
maybe when they are a little bit older.

Daniela riding in style and having a snack, a little something
the birds & squirrels would enjoy if she dropped some.

An African tortoise.  He had this extra shell piece in the front
that his chin could rest on.  I thought that was pretty neat.

I loved these paintings that were in the barn area.

The goats were by far the biggest hit.  They were so tame and laid
back and didn't seem to mind the hordes of kids coming through to pet them.

This goat was scratching her fanny.
It was a real hoot to watch her antics.

Daniela had to great each one with a "Soooo Cute!"

This guy looked like he had orthodontia or false teeth,
his teeth were so perfect and showed like he was smiling.

I like the double picture of the burro and his shadow.

We went in the WINGZ exhibit and fed the birds.
You could buy these little Popsicle type sticks with
 bird seed glued to them and feed the birds by hand.

Rosie was mesmerized.

Both our little ones had a ball at this exhibit and so
did the Mama and the Gramie.

Rosie finally got up the courage to hold a stick all by herself.

"Wow! Look at that --Do you want to try it Daniela?"

She was game, but didn't get any takers.

They had camel rides, but we were chicken.
We decided to ride the giraffe instead.

Personally, I think we had the cutest girls in the park.

These munchkins were asleep before we hit the highway.
It was a fun filled day for all of us and
we highly recommend Potter's Park.
It was affordable, clean, organized and not over-crowded.

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