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Today we all, along with Ma and Pa, attended our third and what is likely our last Day Out with Thomas at the Oklahoma Railway Museum.
Our three handsome train engineers.
First stop, the tattoo station. But, Drew was the only one who wanted a Thomas tattoo.
Next up, the highlight of the day...a train ride being pulled and pushed by Thomas the Tank Engine.
Train engineer Landon is excited to take his ride.
Train engineer Will is all smiles, as always.
Train engineer Drew can't help but grin.
Landon is taking in the sights as we get underway.
Landon doesn't want his brothers to miss what he sees out the window.
Will and Drew are old pros at riding with Thomas.
There's the cheeky one who pushed and pulled us along the track today.
The boys and their favorite tank engine Thomas.
Ma and Pa give a wave as we waited in line to get the boys' photo taken with Thomas.
Landon found a Thomas that was just his size.
Next, it was time to have some serious fun with tables full of battery powered trains.
Landon is helping Percy the Small Engine haul some coal.
The boys got to take a break and sit down a while and enjoy some coloring.
Last up were the model trains.
The boys were fascinated by the life-like miniatures as the model railroad engineer kept several different trains weaving and circling around the track without piling up. Thanks to Ma and Pa for helping to make the boys' day with Thomas extra special.Posted by Don |
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