|So excited to be on the train|
Pixieland is a tiny little amusement park (and I'm mean tiny). I think there are about 5 rides, but it is perfect for Jacob's age. His favorite thing there was the train that takes you all around the park. He didn't really want to go on anything else, but I was able to get him on a few other rides. He also liked driving the old fashioned cars. This place was great because you just pay as you go, so once they got tired and cranky I was able to just leave and didn't have to worry about getting my money's worth.
Mrs. Grossman's Sticker Factory in Petaluma
Remember these stickers? While touring the factory, I saw displays of sticker designs they had throughout the years, and when we came to the 1990's I recognized most of the designs because I had most of the stickers! That was back in my sticker-collecting hay-day. The tour was really interesting and they gave us a ton of stickers. Hudson tried to eat his. After touring the factory, we went back to the viewing room where we watched a little video and the kids made a picture with even more stickers.
|here's all our loot!|
Mission Dolores Park and Bi-Rite Creamery
Mission Dolores Park is in San Francisco, so we took BART with some friends to get there. Riding the train was so much fun for Jacob--we probably could have just done that and called it a day!
This park is awesome. I would say the only downside is that there is not much shade, but it has the most awesome play structures and huge slides!
After playing at the park for a bit we headed over to Bi-Rite Creamery for some amazing ice cream. Jacob got an apricot popsicle, and it was sooooo good! While we were outside eating, a photographer was getting ready to take someone's engagement photos. He saw our kids eating and asked to take a picture of them, and it turned out so cute:
Back to the park for some more playing! I would definitely make the trip to come to this park again.
Can't wait for more Wednesday Field Trips!