Using Lay’s® Chip Trip points is super EASY and you can print out the savings on your home printer. In this case, for the cost of one small bag of chips (approx value $1), we saved the cost of one adult entry to the Zoo (value $5+).
If I haven’t told you before, Georgia is animal crazy. Sam is just an animal, hence the bars (I jest). With their birthdays being just days apart and having ‘animals’ in common, we decided the zoo would be a fun outing birthday outing.
This is Lucy. She’s lovely and smart. I love elephants. We started the day with an educational elephant show, no weird circus tricks, just information and Lucy participates.
Speaking of weird circus tricks, Sam not to be outdone showed us his weird thumb-bending trick. Well done son, I’m so proud.
Georgia was thrilled with a pony ride.
Lizzy was disappointed not to ride, but as you can see, she was way too BIG!
Georgia likes to think she is a wolf. She howls like a wolf, and devours books on wolves, yet she refused to pose with a wolf. Go figure.
They all loved the ‘hands on’ approach in the petting zoo.
Lizzy’s getting too old and too cool, to ride the train. Sam and Georgia are NOT.
Above –> my favourite haircut of the day.
Disclosure – I am participating in the Lay’s® Chip Trips program by Mom Central on behalf of Frito Lay Canada. I received Lay’s® Chip Trip points and a gift card to off-set my trip costs to facilitate this post. The opinions on this blog are my own.