This morning, I realized we are a few weeks behind in sharing here at ‘lil Burghers, so it’s time to sum up our trip to Kansas. There were plenty of wonderful memories made, and we will definitely be returning for more visits with our family. Enjoy these precious memories from our trip!
The alpacas really loved ‘lil Miss A!
Well, hi there!
Yes, I like him too. 🙂
Enjoying time with Grandma
Riding “her” horse, Duke.
Showing her brother how to ride.
Learning about the storm shelter
Farm life makes me sleepy!
Tractor time with Uncle By
Heartland Farms alpaca and ‘lil Miss A
Greg feeling at home
It’s a big world out there, ‘lil ones.
Getting warm after her swim
Thank you to our Kansas and Missouri family for an amazing visit. The kids are not going to forget the fun they had, and we are all thankful that our hearts grew bigger with your love.
More photos of our trip are up on our Flickr, go and enjoy!
Visit our YouTube Channel for fun videos of our trip, including riding Duke and the tractor!
Meeting the alpacas on the Nelson family farm, a moment we will never forget.
We flew into Kansas City with no problems or delays.
We met Pop Pop and Grandma right as we got off the plane.
We quickly got our rental car and drove down to Lee’s Summit, meeting and enjoying family.
got right into our hotel room learned about customer service, clean hotel rooms, high expectations, and had a good night’s sleep.
We had a yummy Waffle House breakfast, all 6 of us snuggled in a booth, enjoying eggs and all too many (yummy) greasy hashbrowns.
We drove four hours to Great Bend, seeing windmills and plains.
And all the sudden, we were there with Aunt C and Uncle By…and their dog, chickens, minis, horse, and alpacas. All the patience wore off, but it still wasn’t time.
Patience, ‘lil Man, is a virtue.
Our road trip from Kansas City to Great Bend was full of random photographs. Most were not worth sharing, but this one snapped at 75 miles per hour on I-70 is one of my favorite from the trip. (Don’t worry, Greg was driving, I was snapping away.)
Sometimes, it’s the simple things in life that remind us how awesome this country really is.
Does it get any cuter? I probably say that every day, but I seriously don’t know how it can.
‘lil Man loved his sister’s new suitcase so much that we decided to surprise him with one of his own. Traveling with ‘lil ones is much slower, but they’ve been doing amazing.
More stories to come, we’ve been busy enjoying ourselves, forgetting the world. So if you have games with me…I’ll be back in a few days… ::ahem Pappy:: 😉
Hearts from the land of Oz!