We made it to Lehi Days and although we were there for a couple hours and I even sat in the stands eating my delicious BBQ lunch – I can’t recall seeing one rodeo event (aside from the money goat chase, which I don’t think classifies as a real rodeo event). And you might wonder why someone would attend a rodeo and not see much…
We did get our favorite root beer float popsicles.
We made it to the pony rides and petting zoo. Briggs was scared to death and after just a few seconds in the saddle I pulled him off as to not scare the poor donkey he was on. He assures me he won’t cry again next year.
Bennett and Cannon on the other hand were naturals.
As if the root beer float popsicles weren’t enough – we also needed cotton candy. (Confession: I absolutely love cotton candy, always have, probably always will and I never pass up an opportunity to get my hands on some.) For some reason, Briggs doesn’t like cotton candy which just made more for me.
Are you starting to see the pattern – we clearly came for the food and treats!
Hallie worked the concession stand and was disappointed that they didn’t have the money goat chase for her age category. Just a reminder to her that growing up isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be. 🙂
Hunter was entertained running around with his buddies – I did see him during the money goat chase (the one event I actually saw) but he came up empty handed.
Steve’s mom joined our little circus for the day which was a treat. Although we’re raising these kids in the city – its fun to pretend for the day that we’ve got a little country in us!