By my calculations, today was the last full day our family really had of uninterrupted vacation time together during the holiday break. I have to work three days this week and Jacob has soccer stuff so we decided to take advantage of the day and really do something adventurous. We took our Christmas present money from Grandma and Grandpa Henrie to go mini golfing over in Orlando. (Thank you, Grandma and Grandpa! We had a great time :) This kids are always wanting to go miniature golfing. So we headed over to Congo River to play golf, watch some gators and really live it up with a million tourists from Europe.
The clouds burned off just before we got there and the weather was glorious!
If it looks like Cindy is running to get out of the way, she is. Luke's swings can be, how shall I say this, "unpredictable." Where unpredictable means "like unto a blind jungle guide, hacking his way through the brush with a machete."
Luke and the hole of destiny! Just put him down for a one.
He's not exactly the guy at the Polynesian Cultural Center that climbs the palm tree and picks the coconut, but he's still darn cute.
Here are the gators. Which you can feed hot dogs on a little fishing pole for $4.50.
Here are the Koi fish. Which you can feed a handful of pellets for 25 cents.
Koi fish for the win!
But Cindy still really wanted to feed those gators...