I had so much fun spending time with them. We watched 101 Dalmatians and played and played. Gavin was feeling fine but Branson still wasn't feeling very good so he didn't eat very well. We met Brit in time to watch the parade in front of where her booth was on Main St. I hadn't been up to that parade, carnival or rodeo since I was just out of high school...a long time ago. So it was kind of bizarre to be back up there and see how much the town has NOT changed.
When we got to the booth, she had 2 bags of cotton candy for the boys. Gavin devoured his in seconds, he loved it!
Our valley regular, Brent, was there. He is always out riding his bike, honking his horn and waving to everyone no matter the season. Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall he's out there making people smile.
After we got the camera off the roof, we took the boys back up to the carnival. Brittiney decided to let them ride the monkey train. Gavin started crying before he even got on the ride, he was not a fan. Branson wasn't so sure of what to think either. Gavin was reaching for Brittiney with big tears just streaming down his face.
I had to go home and tell Josh what I did to the camera. He was just as shocked as I was that it stayed on the car. I don't know what I would have done if it fell off. I just imagined where we pulled away in Preston and my camera falling and shattering on the ground or falling off the roof going 65 mph down the highway and it bouncing and breaking down the road. Other than that little mishap, it was so fun to experience the parade and carnival with my nephews!