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... up and as we were already wet we decided we couldn't get any wetter. I am glad we stayed because shortly after the rodeo started at 7pm the rain eased and we slowly dried off.
We saw all that you would expect at a rodeo and some we didn't such as Mutton Racing..."legalised child abuse", basically parents allowed their 4 year old son or daughter to be sat on top of a sheep and sent in to the arena to see how long they could stay on before they were thrown off by ...
... frames with our own unique design.
Charles, determined to come home with a cowboy hat visited the mercantile to Stetsons on for size. We did find one that wasn't too ridiculous but sadly they didn't have his size...what a shame. I on the other hand walked I tried the first one on I saw and bought it.
At 11.30 we all saddled up for a 3 hour ride including lunch. Charles was on his faithful friend Rose, Abigail had her new friend Boots but Oliver and I had to get to ...
... I had just one bite but nothing came of it. Abigail was unlucky and didn't get any bites. Charles had a few bites but no-one caught anything so the fish live to tell the tale. We were all pleased to come away without injury and some of us will probably have another go. Chuck took us back to our cabin for a little R&R before lunch then we would meet him again for Archery, BB Guns and Canoeing at 2.30pm.
Oliver was ...
... I'm afraid.
Dinner was delicious. Charles and I had the signature dish of Elk whilst Abigail and Oliver had the safer chicken option. No large portions here just top quality cordon blue food.
A relatively early night of 10pm, although Charles didn't make it that far but as he has done all the driving so far we let him off.
We need a good nights sleep so we have enough energy for all the activities booked tomorrow.
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