What a challenging year to be a Hog fan. We started with a close then not so close game in Auburn and then a few solid victories over non-SEC schools. Riley got to witness her first full Razorback game!
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Apparently I took some time off from blogging this fall and summer and I completely didn't give you the day by day account of Destin! We went the third week of July this year which is about two weeks later than usual. I thought I was going to die of anticipation, but turns out I made it. The Destin trip is really the highlight of the summer and going two weeks later prolonged the season in a good way.
We made an overnight stop in Ruston to see our family and these two got along famously.
So this summer, Ryan and I did something a little crazy. It really all started early in the summer when Ryan decided to take up cycling. He'd been thinking about it for a while and decided in May to take the plunge and buy a hybrid bike. Then it spiraled into a family of bikes for us and a trailer for Riley and even my parents getting in on the action. Within a few months, Ryan was full-fledged obsessed. He and my dad planned long rides, spent hours on message boards, and reading their endless magazine subscriptions.
Since we'd already spent half a day enjoying everything The Wizarding World of Harry Potter had to offer, we started the next day Universal hitting up the roller coasters - including the truly scary Rip Ride Rockit where you pick your own personal music that plays for you during pretty much the most terrifying roller coaster ride of your life. Which Alli made us ride three times.
Then it was on to Minion Mayhem, which much like several of the other rides is a 3D simulator that's about as intense as a roller coaster!
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