They played a mean game of hide-n-seek in the house for almost two hours. When you found the person hiding, you got to shoot them with the Nerf Rival gun that shoots "high impact" balls instead of the suction cup darts. Those balls hurt! Boys!
Typhoon Texas, it opened in May.
The park is open from 10 am to 7 pm. We arrived around 10:45 and left at 6:45. It was not our intention to spend the entire day at the park, but we were having so much fun none of us wanted to leave. We were so lucky to be there on a relatively cool day without crowds. I think we will definitely go back again. Typhoon Texas also has a zipline tour, but it costs $12.99 extra. Maybe we will try that some other time.
We ordered pizza for dinner because I was too tired to cook when we got home. The four of us watched a Rocky movie in the theater room and then went to bed.
J2 had to be back at 11 Wednesday morning so we had to leave our house before 10 to make it to Temple for the handover. I'm so thankful D meets us halfway instead of driving all the way out to their house. I miss them living 5 minutes away from us. After breakfast, Boogs and I taught J2 how to play Egyptian Rat Slap. This card game is hilarious! Boogs and I have played it with several different friends and we taught Daddy how to play it on our Bonaire vacation. There are way too many rules to keep up with, that is what makes it so challenging and fun. You can find the rules HERE. (this site calls it Egyptian Rat Screw) These rules are pretty close to the way we play.
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