After the temple we were all starving, so we went to a place called Angies that we had heard of from "Man vs. Food" because of the Kitchen Sink challenge,which is the ice-cream picture above. We didn't do that challenge because we all wanted food, but next time we will! We saw about ten kids eating this large ice cream and I don't think they were able to finish it. It is big! We all enjoyed our food. Jake ordered a burger melt patty, I got fried fish, and mom and dad got spaghetti and a scone. Jake and I also got a scone to share and I think that was all of our favorite food item that night! I did really like my fried fish though. There is just something so good about tartar sauce! Then we all headed back to our hotel to get ready for our bike ride in the morning and get some rest!
Saturday morning we all woke up early, ate some yummy breakfast and loaded up the bikes and headed to Bear Lake!50 miles!
Jakes dad mapped out a great route for us. We did the longer portion of the ride (28 miles) first and stopped for lunch at a place called "Merlins." (a very needed break!) I got chicken fingers and fries and a brownie cookie dough shake! Yummy! By this time I thought my buns were going to fall off. But surprisingly after some yummy food, I felt like I could conquer the world and for the rest of the ride felt great!
Across the street from Maddox was a fruit stand, so we headed over there. Jakes mom really wanted some yummy peaches so she got whole box of them! She shared with us and gave us a bag! Wahoo! Tuna had fun at the fruit market and would like to go again. Then we headed home.
By Jakes parents house, lives a cute Zebra and some animal friends! Zarri was born this last April. I think he enjoys his home and friends! I am glad we got to meet him!
"Danny the Champion of the World" was a really cute book. I loved how Danny and his dad had a really good relationship and liked to spend time together and go on adventures. "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" was different than I remembered. I was so surprised to see that the new movie with Johnny Depp in it is closer related to the book than the original Charlie and the Chocolate factory movie. Examples, Charlie's dad working at a toothpaste factory, and it getting closed down from all the chocolate eating. And a prince wanting a palace out of Chocolate. "Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator" was weird. I thought I read it as a child, but I didn't remember any of it! So maybe I didn't....It was about Knids, and grandparents turning into babies. Entertaining to read though.
This was a great weekend! I am excited to get out on my bike again and see how it feels....