TODAY IS NATIONAL FROZEN YOGURT DAY
I love frozen yogurt. I hope your frozen yogurt day is as deliciously filled with mine. One of our favorite places to hang out is Cherry Berry. Have you ever heard of Cherry Berry? It’s delicious and completely made of frozen yogurt. Along with frozen yogurt, I love ice cream. Just hearing bluebell ice cream makes my mouth water, however, the calories that come along with it aren’t my favorite. Only being 23 I feel like being in my prime I need to stay in shape. So, I will pick frozen yogurt any day over ice cream.
Cherry Berry is located right by laser tag, and the mall making it super convenient to stop by when we take the kiddos out for “fun night” usually Friday. Cherry Berry has three different cups you can choose from; small, medium and large. There are many choices to choose from when it comes to what flavor of frozen yogurt you would like. My favorite is the birthday cake or country vanilla. My sons favorite is mixing chocolate with vanilla. After the frozen yogurt, there are many choices to skittle, sprinkles, m and m, fruity pebbles, gummy bears, gummy worms, different assortment of fruits, cookie dough balls, and much more. I’m sure if you could dream it they have it.
Check out your closes Cherry Berry on national frozen yogurt and get a buy one get one free! Let me know what you thought of it in the comments. 😊
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Making Cotton Candy!
While trying to save money we try to find more things to do at the house instead of always going out and doing laser tag or chuck e cheese. Nothing is wrong with laser tag or chuck e cheese, but it can break the bank and FAST. We tried to think of more activities to do around that house that will not only be fun but also a learning experience for the kiddos. What I mean by kiddos since I only have one kid, is also my nephews.
We found this cotton candy machine on a for sale or trade site on Facebook for only about $20. Cotton candy is delicious, so we figured why not have one at the house!! We messaged the lady and we got it the next day! We took it home, cleaned it and got everything set up. It took a couple of tried but we finally were able to figure out how to work it and love it!!
Nostalgia Electrics is the maker of this Hard Candy Cotton Candy machine. It is a bright red and works like a charm. The kiddos helped us put the “hard candy” in the middle and the turned the switch on. Once the switch cuts on the middle start to spend, causing the middle part to heat up. We taught them that once something heats up it starts to melt, but in the cotton candy machine, it turned the hard candy into cotton candy. They have so much fun mixing the colors and seeing how it is made. Definitely an invention I cannot see myself living without. Thank you, Nostalgia, for the amazing opportunities you have provided for my family! We are huge fans of you now!
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Texas has some amazing tourist destinations throughout its vast expanse. Many are well known such as the Alamo, the Kemah boardwalk, Fiesta Texas, and the San Antonio Riverwalk. But there are some spots, even in Texas that some Texans haven’t had the experience of visiting. One that I would highly recommend is the Natural Bridge Caverns. The majestic close-up view of the naturally developed caverns just south of San Antonio is a breathtaking view of nature. However beware sometimes this can be dangerous if you do not have the right gear. Check out the Best Carabiners for the best possible climbing gear so you can experience the most out of your climbing experience.
There are several different tour types but the one my boyfriend and I did the Hidden Passage Tour. These tours take you into the second cave that was discovered. Tour group sizes are usually full but we got there early (which I would highly advice) so there were only us and another couple. The trip down is filled with stairs and as you descend you see all the various types of formations that have formed over the thousands of years. Because our tour group was so small the tour guide had a lot of fun with us so we joked and were able to pause for pictures as he described the history of the cave and filled us with various bits of knowledge about the different rock formations we were looking at. The overall tour took about an hour and fifteen minutes and it was truly awe-inspiring. Just be sure not to touch any of the formations as you’ll be banned and escorted from the cave and probably face criminal charges.
As for other attractions outside of the caves, we did the maze run which is always one of our personal favorites. Then we did Canopy challenge. This consists of a four-tier adventure course where you walk across different pathways testing your agility and balance. The other part is a zip-line which really gets your heart going. They also have a course for the little adventures. For those that can stand heights and like a challenge, this the jungle gym for teens and adults.
The Discovery Tour, which is the main tour, takes you down the original cave and is the most recognized tour. Although we didn’t go down it, we heard nothing but great reviews from all of the families coming out of it. There’s also the Lantern Tour and the Adventure Tour, each having their own unique approaches, walking down with little light, to taking on the caves and spelunking down the shaft of the original caves like the founders did. They’ve got a range of different experience levels for all types of adventures. And they’re always adding more so it’s always good to check out their website to see what’s new. It’s definitely a place you can revisit.
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