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Wordless Wednesday....Family Fun at Scheels

One lovely afternoon in the Fall we ventured over to our local Scheels.  We were mesmerized; it was AMAZING.  They have EVERYTHING that any sporting individual could want.  I fell in love with the workout area and my kids fell in love with the shooting range and all the photo op spots.  Here's what we came up with.




Cougars are scary when your a Ute!  Except that is probably a mountain lion.....ahem.
The girls didn't get the memo to be scared of the Bear.....
This is my favorite. I love that they do what I tell them!  Overall we had a blast.  We ate lunch in the cafeteria and we wanted to ride the ferris wheel but the line was too long.  Can't wait to go back for a fun filled afternoon!!
Joined up with Lolli at Better in Bulk and Angie at Seven Clown Circus for Wordful Wednesday and Alicia at Project Alicia.  

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