Carlsbad, Ca AKA LegoLand…

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We left our campground in San Diego and headed to Carlsbad for a day at…

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Ezekiel was not convinced these giant Lego people were OK

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This was the ‘line’ for the rides.  Parents held places while kids created.  The kids loved it!

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Benefits of having a tall sister.

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Both Zoe and Ezekiel went through the Legoland Driving School.  Zoe was very careful except for driving on the wrong side of the road but she realized quickly and corrected.  Ezekiel decided it was safer to follow the yellow line like a train.  He was very focused.

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We headed back to the trailer for lunch and to change into our swim gear.  Then it was off to the water.  On a side note…they have a whole water park section we thought was included in our tickets.  Turns out we were wrong.  It would be extra.  Decked out in our swim wear and melting in the sun we decided to visit more of the park before deciding if we wanted to enter the lines of the water park.  I am so glad we did!  Just around the corner was a whole water section and only a couple of the rides had lines.  Most of it was more of a Great Wolf Lodge type structure.  A majority of our day was spent here.

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It took a lot of courage for Oliver to make it over to this slide.  Like the Great Wolf Lodge they have a bucket that dumps water.  He freaks out over that.  When the bell dings before the dump he is on guard.  Greg got him over to this slide a little ways from the bucket and down he went!

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Seconds after this photo the bucket dumped and this part of the slide was within range.  Poor Oliver.  He never went back.

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This was more his speed.

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Dumping water on his brother.

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Don’t you just love little kids in sprinklers?

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We ended our day with Miniland.  This was one of Abigail’s favorite areas.

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One thought on “Carlsbad, Ca AKA LegoLand…

  1. What an amazing trip! The kids must still be talking about it, grown-ups too! I have to get Mason to Legoland some day, some how. He has so many Lego’s it reminds me of “the boys” as they were growing up. Thank you for sharing such a wonderful adventure! The kids look so grown-up. Love you so much! Sis 🙂

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