- Published on Wednesday, 13 August 2014 12:58
- Written by Erin Ressler
Saturday morning we decided to load up and go to Lazy L Safari. We have never been before so we thought,why not!! My daughter has been all about animals lately so we wanted to get a bag of feed so she could feed the animals, too.
Luckily, 2 and under is free, so it was only $14 for my husband Pete and I. We had a coupon for a free bag of feed that you can print here if you are planning on going anytime before September 1st. They also have these little popsicle sticks with bird seed on them for the parakeet jungle, so we got one of those too.
Once we were all checked in, the petting zoo of goats is first up. Those little guys are just begging for food! Pete and our daughter Zetta went in and played with them, but I didn't get a picture! Surprisingly, she wasn't too scared!
It had been raining the few days prior to when we went so parts were pretty muddy. I didn't really think about it before we left, but closed toed shoes are a must! Rocks, mud, and sandals do not mix well! Thankfully I wore our baby Nora the whole time, because it does not have very stroller friendly walkways.
The parakeet's weren't feeling the sticks of food. Too early in the morning I guess! It was neat to be able to get into the cage with them though! I didn't get a picture of everything, but there was quite a few things to see. I think the whole park took us about an hour to go through. I am sure when my kids are a little older it will take us longer. We just didn’t read about any of the animals or learn about them because my kids are not quite old enough to understand, yet. Overall, it was a neat, local place to go. We will definitely be going again next year!! Check out some pictures of the “friends” you can meet below.
About the Author:
Erin is a midwest gal who is always on the move. She is a working mama and wife who loves coffee, crafting, running and all things DIY. Her life is a crazy, beautiful mess and she wouldn't have it any other way! You can find her on her blog A Crazy Beautiful Mess.
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