We took all the chidlren to Dinosaur Ridge to hunt dinosaurs. The nice thing about having so many different cameras around is that you can get a different perspective from each person!
Look! We found some dinosaurs. Oh, wait. They're just cows. They were still pretty interesting to the children.This little girl is the cutest thing ever, though I may be a bit biased.
We also did some geocaching. There was a tiny, or micro, cache right by the entrance to Dinosaur Ridge.
Here, we thought there was another cache, so everyone is searching high and low. Turns out that it was an earth cache just teaching us about the terrain in the area.
This is actually the earth cache that we found. We learned about how these ripples were formed on these rocks.
We found a little off road trail, so some of us hiked it thinking it was a shortcut to the other side. It was not a stroller friendly trail, so Jared and Jay took the strollers with them.
This is Red Rocks Amphitheatre. People come to hike, visit, and watch concerts at this place.
After quite a hike we realized that this trail was not short cut, but in fact, would take us to a highway in which we did not want to go. My brother ended up running the trail to find us. The kids were pretty worn out. The trail was pretty rough, but it would be a fun hike if we had more time and less children.
Heading back to the vehicles I had a pretty nice view. I mean, what's not to like, right? My nephew Kai, wanted to be just like Uncle Jared with his shirt tucked into his jeans.