52 Weeks (9 of 52): Vilas Zoo Continued

52 Weeks is a year long challenge for YOU, hosted by Forever in Blue Jeans, to be in a picture once a week for 52 weeks. We are always the ones behind the camera, this is YOUR chance to get out in front and be in the pictures with our family. We are glad you are joining this challenge. More importantly your family will really enjoy having you in the picture. Thanks for playing along! Oh, you can just jump in now with 1 of 52, you’re not getting off that easy! Now go take a picture!

Yesterday I posted pictures of Dan and MM at one of the zoos in Wisconsin. It’s called the Henry Vilas Zoo and it’s free admission and open year round! Parking was a bit of a bear (hehe, get it?) but MM had a blast – this was probably our best zoo trip to date as he is finally at that age where he’s like, “Holy cow – it’s animals!” and he had preferences about what he wanted to see, etc. His favorites from this trip were the bears (obviously), monkeys, penguins and the giraffe but there were lots more animals than that, although it is a rather small zoo, I was very impressed over all. I definitely recommend it if you are ever traveling in the area.

5 responses to “52 Weeks (9 of 52): Vilas Zoo Continued”

  1. Rochelle Avatar

    hey, look at that baby belly! I haven’t noticed it like that in your other posts! 🙂 I can’t believe you’re 33 weeks!
    Can you email me your new postal address??


  2. Maxine Avatar

    Wow! a free zoo! how cool is that. I’m just stopping by to catch the 52 weeks posts 🙂


  3. jen@ourdailybigtop Avatar

    Free – gotta love that. Great pics – love seeing your baby belly. Can’t believe she’s almost here.


  4. workingmomma247 Avatar

    Ahh look at that budah belly! I promise I won’t try to rub it. 🙂
    The zoo in Tyler was free for the longest time when we lived there and it was so nice. I loved their elephant look out, while you ate lunch. Unfortunately the foundation funding ran out and they started charging again.


  5. Darcie Avatar

    Thankgoodness for zoos…they are fun for kids and adults alike, and a great way for them to burn off some extra energy.