We walked around the whole park seeing what there was to see before deciding on our activities for the day. We were stopped and asked if we could be interviewed for the weather channel, but we declined. What were we going to say on camera about the weather? That it was sunny and hot? Definitely too obvious to talk about. As we were walking away, the lady seemed a bit perturbed that we dismissed her offer, because she gave a last desperate plea of, "Oh, come on. How often do you get to be on TV?" I answered with "Quite often, actually," which is true. I mean, how can we forget my Black Friday news appearance when I was a teen, or my TV commercial for Utah State University? It was easy to say no.
We decided on the Double Bacon Corn Dog for lunch. It was a hot dog wrapped in bacon, dipped in a batter loaded with bacon bits, and then served with a side of bacon and maple syrup. I now think bacon and maple syrup should come with all corn dogs.
As we didn't want to spend gobs of money to ride the rides, we went to a free magic show instead. They only did a couple of magic tricks, (things like making members of the troupe disappear and reappear), but they had tons of amazing acrobatics. It was only a 40 minute long show, but I could have sat there entranced for hours, it was so cool.
We don't actually live in the Klondike...but close enough, I guess.