We love Dinosaur World. You can get eaten by a T-Rex. Or you could tickle a T-Rex's tongue.
The T-Rex will even eat woman and children. There are so many fun things to do while at Dinosaur World. After we all got a taste of that a Dino's mouth is like we went on a Dinosaur hike. We saw all sorts of Dinosaurs hiding in the bushes and the open fields. Each Dinosaur had a rock plaque that described what kind of dinosaur it was and what it ate and so on. Big Cowpoke tried to get me to say all the different names. I am sure I got about 90% of the names wrong. Who named those animals such hard names anyway? What is wrong with "Fred-o-saurus". That is nice and easy. The life size replicas were very frightening. I love my little actors. They are such hams. The hike took us through some really beautiful wooded areas. The entire walk was in the shade. It was very nice. We walked up a path to see the Mammoth mountain and the life size replica of the T-Rex. Little Cowpoke looks like he is surfing on the baby mammoth's trunk. It was really neat to read all about the big mammoths. Then there was the mighty T-Rex!! You can hardly see the Cowpokes on his feet. I think I would pee my pants if I ever saw an animal that large in real life. Then it was back down the "mountain" to see some "long necks". I had to stand way back to get the entire neck of that dinosaur in the picture and I still think I might have took the top of its head off. This was the boys' favorite part. There was a clearing in the woods with a bunch of Dinosaurs. There were a bunch of unsuspecting leaf eaters. In the corner was the mighty T-Rex. Big Cowpoke had all sorts of stories about how the T-Rex was going to eat all the other Dinosaurs. He was going to rip off their heads and eat their necks. He has such a splendid imagination. Little Cowpoke thought it was silly, all the story telling. Then around the last bend was one last T-Rex. Big Cowpoke was scared. It was a really nice walk. There were a lot of new dinosaurs added to the walk since we had been there. After the walk the boys went and dug for dinosaur bones. Little Cowpoke did not really understand about sifting the sand and then putting the findings in his cup. He would put all the findings and the sand in his cup. Big Cowpoke was excited about finding a shark's tooth. There were other dinosaur bones and things in the sand. They boys got to keep three things. They were really excited. It was a great way to stretch our legs. As we continued on our way, I saw the cutest baby donkey. He was in the back of a trailer and his ears were flapping all over the place. It was so cute. The little Donkey must have evacuated and was headed home. When we got closer to home the Cowpokes were hungry, so we stopped at a Sonic. They had a hurricane menu. Good thing the boys didn't want any burgers, because they were all out of buns. I topped off the gas tank and then headed home. I was so happy when I pulled up in my driveway. I made it home by 4 pm. Hallelujah.
Mr. Cowboy just packed up and left. He is on call this weekend. So the kids and I are are here all by ourselves. Mr. Cowboy is going to be staying at a nursing home. Hopefully they won't loose power. I am hoping I won't loose power. I so do not know how to start a generator or even hook it to my house. I hate that Mr. Cowboy loves his work so much.