Hi all, I had a fabulous vacation in Branson MO with my Dad & StepMom, and older Sister & her 3 girls. We ate kid friendly food-my favorite, like pigs in blankets & pizza & etc...
We had some car trouble on the way there, we kept overheating & weren’t able to use the A/C in 100 degree weather. Apparently a hose had ruptured & leaked out all of the antifreeze, but we got it patched up after a couple of hours & we met some really nice people who stopped to help.
We kept really busy, we went to Joseph, a 'sight & sound' play that was really good. They had live animals, sheep & camels & it showed all of Joseph's life. And we walked all over Silver Dollar City (Amusement Park) for a day & a half, and I did Ok. They had so many hills & their maps weren't so good so it seemed that we were always backtracking up another hill to get to where we wanted to go. I didn't end up stiff or sore at all. We did really sweat the 1st day, but there was a rain shower the 2nd day & the temperature came down so then it was nice.
I had a happy surprise, I learned that one of my nieces loves roller coasters as much as me, so we took off together & hit them all. My middle niece was afraid of them, but we got her on a couple of rides. The youngest is disabled & very short so she could only go on a few rides. She loved the butterfly ride & that's the first ride she's ever been able to go on by herself. It was so precious to see her beaming & so proud.
The biggest problem I had on the trip was that my IBS kicked up & somehow I didn't get my fiber pills packed, so we had to go to Walmart to get me some. I've had pain & problems ever since I got home so the IBS isn't under control yet.
The picture is of the log ride at Silver Dollar City, we splashed down into water right after this picture was taken & I was already wet from some other rides. The two girls in front of me are the older 2 of my nieces. I had such a blast, I just love coasters & adrenaline. I was so glad that my RA didn't show itself & that I could do everything that we did, especially the walking.