Jellystone National Park

Hey, y'all! In the last post, I mentioned I was going on a four day trip with my grandma, sister, and two cousins, Jonah and Sam. I had so much fun!! There are tons of pictures to share, and normally I post them all at the end of a post, but each picture has a story, so I'll just post a picture as the story comes up. Grandma rented a cabin, and it was the same cabin we had rented 7 years ago for Jonah's 1st birthday. Cydney and I slept up in a loft, the boys slept on a pull out couch, and Grandma slept on the queen sized bed in the room. The best thing about traveling was the country roads. There was one road we drove on that had no lines, was very thin, and was pretty much traveling straight up a mountain. Do y'all like car rides? I do, but I'm not a huge fan of long ones.


There wasn't as much to do as normal, because of the virus. The waterslides and kiddy pool were closed, as well as the big float that was normally in the middle of the lake. However, the pool, lake, and river were open. The first night, we had a fire, and we roasted marshmallows.

As you can see, I like mine toasty. The funny thing is, when I was little, I wanted my marshmallows warm, but if they were the least bit brown, they were "burnt", lol. As you can see, my opinion on marshmallows have changed ;). How do you like your marshmallows?

One of the days we were there, we went to Safari Park, one of those places where you drive through and the animals come up to your windows. I hadn't been in years, so it was like a new experience for me. It was so much fun! There are some great pictures, too.



You can't see it here, but this guy had two different colored eyes! One blue (shown in the picture) and the other one was brown!

I *had* a bucket of food, but uh, as you'll soon see, that didn't last long.
I sent this picture to my friends with the caption, "Hey, it's like looking into a mirror!" (If you don't already know, I have embraced the joke that I look like a giraffe ;))
This was the moment I lost my bucket of food to a certain greedy deer...


And then there was the moment that will forever be in my mind, that I still laugh about every time I think about it...
Grandma: "Caleigh, look behind you!" Me:








That llama's face though....

And this guy reeeeaaallllyyy liked the nose scratches, lol. Overall, it was a really good trip!



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  1. I loved this!! Those last pictures . . . oh my, I'm LAUGHING over here. That's just so funny. ^_^
    Thanks for sharing!!

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    1. Lol yes! I thought it was pretty funny too!! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

      ~Caleigh

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  2. Nice pictures! I laughed so hard on those last ones! πŸ˜‚πŸ€£

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    1. LolπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ the animals' expressions were my favorite!!

      ~Caleigh

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  3. The last couple of photos are so funny!

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  4. How fun! :D
    -Hannah

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  5. LOL!! That sounds like fun! Hey, Caleigh, I nominated you for the My Favorite Things Tag, over on my blog :)

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    1. It was!! Ohhhhh yay! I will definitely go check it out!

      ~Caleigh

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