Wednesday, August 8, 2007

Radijazz

Logan and I went to Austin yesterday to Radijazz. It was a lot of fun. We will definately be going back again. By the time I was in position to take the pictures his expression had changed but that's the way it goes.

3 comments:

Alisha said...

WOW! It looks like a really fun place to be! What it is? Gavin and I need a place like that right now to beat this heat! We have spent way too many days indoors playing and have exhausted all our games and toys! It was supposed to let up tomorrow but now they are saying extreme heat warning through the end of next week. It's horrible!

Cynthia said...

It's just a themed indoor, air-conditioned play place. It was really neat though. Definately a place to beat the heat. The admission charge is only $3.00 for one year olds and under. Plus they have a snack bar and Internet access available. Good for Moms too.

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