What a photo! Look at the expressions on Kenzie and Kyle’s faces.
Truly, the kids were not that scared on what I would categorize as a “moderate” log flume ride at Dutch Wonderland….Yes, it was quite a thrill but no tears were shed. I swear!
Kenzie even rode it again later in the day although Kyle did take a pass and opt put of riding it again. He had enough excitement for one day already 🙂
Disclosure: Special thanks to my both friend Stephanie, from Metropolitan Mama and GiveEveryDay.com and Dutch Wonderland for arranging our free passes to experience the park. We loved it and highly recommend visiting – we will be back.
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Thanks again for joining us! Dutch Wonderland is such a fun place. You should definitely go back since you’re only an hour-ish away!
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