Arrived at Silver Dollar City around 10am. Don't know who any of these people are but the gal behind the ticket sign is telling me where to go!
A great thought when you look at what we might think as worn out junk.
They respected nature when this park was created, they actually built this building around the tree. Many of these were noticed throughout the park.
It probably doesn't look like it but all the walkways are either going up, down, or on an angle.
Not a level road or walkway could be found!
One of the shows we watched was a group of Cloggers. These kids were from 8 to 18 years old! Great show, very talented.
Got rained on, had to buy parkas. Looked like a long rain ahead so we decided to have lunch.
By the time we were done with lunch the rain quit. This wagon was actually in the open air building where we had lunch.
Tommy & Connie also enjoyed their lunch.
We heard the train from a distance and tracked it down. Get it? Oh Oh....too many jokes have been heard this week.
Steam locomotive, we had a great train ride. Also included was a free train hold up!
Noticed this sign and thought we might be in luck for a desert!
Nope....it was only open to kids. The winner actually ate the banana split in a little over a minute. How can that be possible??!!
Wilma got directions to the Big Swing from the Sheriff.
I dared Tommy and he took me up on it. Dang I didn't think he would! We were both scared even before it started.
I guess my face says it all.
After leaving Silver Dollar City, asked SS to take us to a grocery store for supplies for tomorrow. She got us there ok, just a mile off!
Have a great night.....check in tomorrow evening. Dick and Connie Snyder are expected to arrive in the morning for a day of reminiscing.