We had quite the exciting weekend. Ray had a four day weekend for Labor Day, so as soon as the kids got home from school we left town to go to Kent. We found our way to our holiday park and settled in for the night. The plan of the weekend was to see some castles in Kent as well as make our way to the Goodwin Sands. Unfortunately we found out that the Goodwin Sands is a sandbar in the middle of the bay, so we were not able to collect "Our Sand" as Lexi put it. Have no fear, we had a ton of fun all weekend.
We started with Dover Castle. We made our way to the top of the castle and got a wonderful view from the top. Neil even managed for find a spot to Skewer the Moo.
Neil skewered Misty on the top of a trebuchet.
Our Royal Family.
In one of the tunnels the kids found a patch of light, so they both wanted
to be in the "spotlight". I see no acting future for either of them lol.
After Dover Castle we drove around a bit trying to find the Goodwin Sands, which as I mentioned we couldn't get to since it is a sandbar. We decided to explore some more of Kent, and went to the town of Sandwich. Yes, Sandwich! It is right next to some other unusually named towns: Deal, Worth, and Ham. I'm sure you can image the bad jokes that came along. So, what's the Deal? Is it Worth going to Sandwich. Should we get a Ham Sandwich in Sandwich...would that be Worth it? Is it a good Deal? ect... We were all cracking up over these bad jokes, ok Ray wasn't he was just shaking his head in disbelief as the jokes got worse. All joking aside, Sandwich is one of the most preserved medieval towns in England, so I wanted to stop there and check it out.
We didn't stay for the Sandwich Festival, but we got some ice cream in Sandwich and played on the playground. Neil took his ice cream cone paper and took a perspective photo as if it was a hat for Misty.
Later on that evening we returned to the holiday park. They had some cheesy evening entertainment. Lexi ended up winning a game, and they gave her a t-shirt.