Friday, April 10, 2009

~ Don't Feed The Zebras ~

Noah's 3 year old field trip to the GLOBAL WILDLIFE CENTER in Folsom, La

Hannah Jones, Noah McCormick, Krisalyn Jackson, Miller Lloyd and Shane Arnold

Nana with Noah and Shane on the Tractor Train getting ready to feed the animals

Miller, Shane, Krisalyn and Noah after the Easter Egg Hunt at GLOBAL WILDLIFE CENTER

Thanks goes to Ms. Carrie and Miller for making some bunny cupcakes for the picnic they had at the GLOBAL WILDLIFE CENTER(Noah loved them! YUM, YUM!)

Well, Wednesday was a great day! Ms. Jas took her 3 & 4 year old class on a field trip to Folsom, Louisiana to the GLOBAL WILDLIFE CENTER. The kids and grown up had a blast! If you have never been it is very worth a trip! It was a great outing for all.

We pack up the car with Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches and chips and cupcakes and Easter baskets and eggs and cameras and ice chest and lots of smiles and headed out. We all had a great time. Noah wanted his daddy to go, but it just did not work out. That was OK with Noah because Nana is always on call! She and I went with Noah. It was a perfect place and a perfect day. We had a picnic on the grounds of the GLOBAL WILDLIFE CENTER and they also had a Easter Egg Hunt. Lots of awesome memories were made!

The first thing the guide told the kids was "DON'T FEED THE ZEBRAS!" All the kids took that to heart and did just as the man said! Most of them would not even get close to the side with their feed cups when a Zebra came around. The Zebras are a little mean when it comes to feed and they will bite you! lol

Thanks Nana for going with us! We all had a great time....


Joddie said...

Sounds like a really neat place...even more fun with egg hunt and all! What a special time they will remember.

amy said...

what fun.

Samantha said...

You are the second person I've talked to that has been there this past week! I think we're going to have to go soon. Looks like so much fun!!!

Stephenie said...

I have never been to that place....looks like some of my relatives live there, so may have to pay'em a visit next time I am in LA...ha!