My Travel Blog-Family Vacation
My Travel Blog-Family Vacation-(Day 1-3)
My husband Dana and I rode the train first as we heard the line for this ride was very long if you went later. The rest of the family enjoyed themselves at the waterpark portion. After the train, Dana and I went our separate ways to explore more of the park. I walked back to the waterpark to meet with my daughter and grandkids. We decided to take on the Riptide Racer ride-fun and scary! Dana rode the ride called the Corkscrew by himself. Brave soul! We also rode the Ferris Wheel, which I seemed to have a death grip on! LOL!
As you can see, we had a great time enjoying quality family time with one another. We took our time the next day, had breakfast, and spent our last hours together before we all got back on the road for home. Our daughter and grandkids, former son-in-law, wife, and grandkids were heading back to Montana, the grandkid’s Aunt & Uncle were heading back to Oregon, and we were slowly making our way back to Nevada.
The great thing about our trip was that we were all sober! I’m so proud of those family members, me included, involved in the 12 Step program – from my brother of 30 years to my daughter of 3 years and everyone else in between! We did what we had to do to enjoy the fruits of our labor today. I am grateful for the precious moments spent together, making lasting memories.
We explored quite a few places on our family vacation, such as museums, cultural institutes, art galleries, and more. Here is a list of places we checked out should you find yourself around these areas:
After we said our goodbyes, we continued our adventures visiting Buck Knives manufacturing in Post Falls, ID. Then we traveled onward to Spokane, WA, where we spent the day exploring Riverfront Park, had lunch at PF Chang’s, and got lost in the moment. Luckily, we remembered we were on metered parking in time with 20 minutes to spare-phew! We stayed in Kennewick, WA, for the night. We had dinner and even got Dana in the hot tub for a little bit.