Once we got there, we immediately met up with friends and took a horse and wagon ride. We had to stop at the obstacle course, which was new to us.
|Dominic felt like he was on American Ninja Warrior on some of these obstacles.|
|Anne on the wobbly balance beam.|
|Catherine crawled under the wires.|
|After the obstacle course, they got in line for the tire zip line.|
|Anthony was big enough to ride.|
|There he goes!|
Next we made our way over to a small arena for a talk and demonstration of cattle roping.
|The girls were especially excited about the horses.|
|Ride 'em, cowboys!|
|That cow is down. Normally they do this when they need to give them vaccinations.|
Next, we went over to a pavilion to learn some square and line dancing.
|Anne was the only one of ours willing to try it. Here she is with 3 friends.|
We then walked over to the Indian area, where there were different crafts displayed and sold.
|You could go inside this tepee to look around.|
|Which, of course, we did. Kids thought that was pretty neat.|
|A stop for a posed picture.|
We had to wait in line a long time to try the tomahawk throw:
|Anne took a turn.|
|Joseph was the only one to get the tomahawk stuck in the logs.|
After all of that, it was lunch time!
|I think they were smart getting into the shade. It was hot in the sun!|
After lunch, we walked over to the gazebo area, where there was going to be a performance involving gun tricks and a bit of a shootout.
|Waiting for the show to start.|
|The kids all moved up for a closer view.|
After the show, everyone decided to take another wagon ride.
|Boys on a fence.|
|Friends and cousins on the wagon ride.|
|The kids and their cousins.|