Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Review: Day Out With Thomas 2013

Disclosure: My family received tickets to attend this event. We were not compensated in any other way and all opinions posted here are ours and ours alone! 

My family  has attended Day Out With Thomas for the past two years, up at Snoqualmie, just outside of Seattle.  This year we were scheduled to attend again, then Vivian came down with a nasty bug.  So we rounded up some friends to go with Ethan and Daniel, and the four of them headed to meet Thomas.

Activities at Day Out With Thomas were similar to those in previous years, but no less fun. Ethan and his friend had fun playing with toy trains, getting temporary tattoos, seeing Sir Topham Hatt (from a distance this year as they decided the lines were long and they'd rather play elsewhere), jumping in the bouncy house (a favorite activity of Ethan's friend) and, of course, riding on Thomas to see beautiful Snoqualmie Falls.  Day Out With Thomas is always a good time!
Checking out model trains

Ready to ride!

On board Thomas!
With Thomas (normally kids pose on the other side of the fence, but again, the kids decided they'd rather play in the bouncy house than wait in line)

Bouncy house fun!

Thomas has departed from Snoqualmie for the year, but he's heading to some other locations around the US in the near future. You can see the full list at this link. And if you can't get to see him this year, there's always 2014!


Ruth Hill said...

When my daughter was much younger, we rode Thomas not just one year but two! We lived in Texas at the time, and it was a wonderful experience. Except that we waited in line to see Sir Topham Hat, and when we got there, she decided she didn't want to see him after all! Looks like you had fun!

Diane Roark said...

It looks like you had so much fun. My boys would have love that. I am from Arkansas but we took a Disney cruise out of Seattle last summer. We truly enjoyed visits attractions in Seattle. I love seeing the fruits, vegetables, and trees. Everything was so fresh and green.
Blessings, Diane Roark