Posing with a huge stuffed bear while we waited
...and watching someone zipline in the canyon!
Canopy Hall - the first and largest cavern in the cave
The kids were just the right size for some of the openings! =)
They call this "cave bacon" =)
The kids in front of one of the coolest formations
An 8.5 foot stalactite!
Caleb touching the One part we were allowed to touch in the cave!
After the cave tour, we headed to Walmart to stock up on groceries for the next few days of making our own meals. Then we drove to the awesome "cabin" that Philip had reserved for us in the mountains! We're at 9,000 feet here.
The kids and I were super impressed when we drove in... and there was a deer standing in the driveway to greet us!
The inside has three levels and every amenity we could want!
Fully stocked kitchen
(It's so great to be able to easily prepare three meals a day while away from home!)
The boys' room
(She loves having this big bed all to herself!)
(The basement has a wet bar, big screen TV, bathroom, laundry room, etc, but has a fairly mature theme, so we aren't spending much time down there).