Friday, February 21, 2014

LoneStar Rodeo

Once again as a family tradition this year we made our way right up the road to the WKU AG expo center to watch the LoneStar Rodeo. This is the fifth year for Charli and I together and the third for us as a family. I am very certain that the kids will never let miss a show if possible. 

After having so much fun playing in the snow Bryar took a car nap on the way in. We changed our plans and had lunch by drive thru so he would be able to enjoy the rodeo in a decent mood. 

Bryar wore his chaps and vest to sport his cowboy soul and actually won second place best dressed cowboy. He was the cutest thing though! His favorite part was obviously the bulls and Charli loved watching the barrel racers. Each time one would come out we would decide if we were a fan of that particular color. Typically her favorites are buckskin but she was siding with Curtis on all of his picks. 

The entertainment was SO good too. I had watched this guy on Good Morning America a while back and he seriously amazed me. He is known as the "Mustang Millionaire." He was on a show on National Geographic where these trainers would pick a horse out of a herd of wild mustangs, then they had 120 days to train the horse. Whoever had the best one and the end won the money. 

Obviously he won. Yes, that horse is sitting like a dog in the car. I mean really? That is so awesome to me.

Charli participated in the gold rush (digging for money in hay) along with other kids. But girl is way to timid for anything like this. I'm not sure whose kid she really is? 

After we left Bryar wanted to do nothing more than come home and ride everyone like we were bulls. Charli bless her heart became the bull by the end of the night. I suppose that is some of the non-perks of being the big sister. 

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