On our active day, we started the morning out by driving to a local playground. The morning was really cool and breezy, but we survived. We parked at the playground and I headed out on foot and she headed out on her bike. There is a really nice neighborhood path that connect several parks. It's a nice, scenic way to get my runs in and is a safe way for Little Diva to join me.
|Ready for a Day of fun with Mom|
|Little Diva's Tee in it's awesomeness|
(purchased at Justice)
|4 miles together on a local trail|
I really enjoyed my time with her and she kept thanking me for letting her join me on my run. I reminded her that sometimes it's good to "unplug" and step away from what you are doing to do something active and outside and to spend some quality time with someone you care about. I am sure she will forget that the next time I ask her to step away from Disney Channel to go for a run or a bike ride. :)
|She's speedy; I'm not|
|One of many cute bridges on this neighborhood path|
After I cleaned up, we headed up to the Wisconsin Dells to the Kalahari Resort. The resort is well-known for their waterparks. But, they also added a decent sized indoor theme park a few years back. You can purchase all day wristbands or individual tickets to the attractions. When we stayed there a couple of months ago, we were intrigued by their high ropes course. I decided that it would be worth the trip back up there. For $7 we got about 20 minutes of fun and exercise together.
|Ready for the Ropes Course|
There were dozens of others doing the course while we were participating. The course was a mix of two stories of ropes, beams, stairs and other contraptions. Some were a little more intimidating than others. Little Diva had absolutely no fear. I was a little more hesitant on some of the less stable spots. We had a blast and I would definitely love to do something like this again.
|Ropes Course at Kalahari Resort|
in the Wisconsin Dells