We stayed for a couple of hours and the kids never got bored.
A note from Ed Galloway, the man who built the totem pole.
There is also the Fiddle House, a little museum and gift shop. Mr. Galloway made all of these fiddles. When his students were in World War II, many of them sent him different kinds of wood to carve from wherever they were sent.
No wardrobe is complete without a World Largest Totem Pole t-shirt. Jack and Alice both put them on immediately.
We finished up by going on the walking trails.
After all of that, we got home with 10 minutes to spare before heading to my grandma's for dinner. We're all a little tired tonight!
Thanks so much to my friend Rachel, who is always willing to load up her kids and drive out to some random place with us! ~~~~~ Don't forget to check out this week's post at MetroFamily!
"Lest I ever lose perspective on what's important, may the small details of daily life serve to remind me: The sweetest memories are right here, in the moments we create and share with one another." ~ Katrina Kenison, Mittenstrings for God