First thing we see…old wooden roller coaster. COOL!
First ride that we went on was the Sierra Sidewinder. It is AMAZING if you’re into fast and twirling things. If you’re me, you like mild, calm rides…like the train.
The girls decided one crazy ride was enough, so we went on the little train in a circle. Nice and safe.
Trying to figure out where the Stagecoach ride starts. Anything with horses is a win in our household!
Crossing the suspension bridge. This actually made me a little dizzy or it was the lack of water.
Rules for Stage Riders. I love rule #5. I should implement this in our trailer.
Waiting for the stage to ride into town.
There are the horses! Girls were so excited by this time.
Why is it that every picture of me my eyes look wacky? Taken in the stagecoach.
We didn’t take this. Dad and The Boy did. They said it was amazing, scariest ride ever. Well, until they rode the Silver Bullet.
Waiting for the Log Ride. This was actually my favorite ride from Knott’s.
Cool Waterfall. It was warm enough by then that I was happy to have the refreshing mist fall on me.
Here we go! Can’t wait to go down the waterfall! What I didn’t expect was that you’d go down the hill in pitch black darkness. I knew there was a reason I didn’t like roller coasters and the dark.
Bella experiencing the bumper cars for the very first time ever! I’m glad I rode with her because she couldn’t reach the gas pedal!
Happy Munchkins, but getting hungry at this point and ready to go back to the park and swim.
First let’s ride some fun rides at Camp Snoopy. The big kids were there and they were annoying the operator…it was kind of funny.
Nice, simple, and easy ride. I like.
This was our view looking up. I thought it was a neat picture.
Momma’s girls! I wish they could stay little forever.