|Yeah, those are mosquitoes!|
We drove until the kids were grumbling about lunch so at 2:30 or so we went to the same little park in Dillon and enjoyed a similar lunch to what we had last time. Only this time we were anxious to get back on the road so the kids didn't play for long.
It was almost 5:30 when we pulled into the hotel in Idaho Falls. The kids were a little disappointed that we were not in the same hotel, but they were excited to find that we were on the 6th floor. The long elevator ride made up for the difference.
We checked into our rooms and then donned our cow hats and drove the three or so miles to Chick-fil-A. I couldn't believe how crowded it was! We were fortunate to grab a table right at the perfect moment and we enjoyed our fries and crispy chicken sandwiches. We ate quickly since we had one more adventure in mind.
The theater a half block down was playing Maleficent, a movie the kids had been dying to see ever since Princess and her friend double dated with my sweetie and me when it first came out. The kids all enjoyed the movie and even Baby Doll wasn't too scared. It has a PG rating and other than a little violence (with no blood), they were good with it.
We even stopped at Burger King for a little sundae on the way back to the hotel. It was a long day and we had a little trouble with the kids grousing at each other and squabbling. Hopefully we won't see any of that tomorrow. For the most part the trip has been pretty peaceful.
I'll be thankful to sleep in my own bed again tomorrow night although I could do without the week's worth of laundry we've managed to accumulate.