Yesterday we had the joy of celebrating our daughter-in-law's birthday at Medieval Times. That was her birthday wish and it was a much more fun than a gift and dinner! It really was a gift and dinner! We yelled and cheered for our red knight on his horse until we were hoarse!
In front of the castle! (which had a real moat!)
At least Amy and Jack heard the photographer say, "grab the sword!"
Jack was a little sore because he could never make up his mind which souvenir he wanted. (He really wanted them all!) Kate was happy with a tee-shirt!
The queen was in charge and all did her bidding!
The horses pranced, dance and bowed!
Our red knight!
It was fun to watch and pretend!
Lots of jousting, and sword fighting. This must be a fun job every day to ride horses and pretend! Their choreography was very precise, especially in the sword fights. Our feast was tomato soup, roast chicken, with roasted potato and corn on the cob, with pound cake for dessert! No utensils were provided as we were instructed to use our fingers for all the meal! Fun, fun! Kate got a flower from our red knight and was deemed “Queen of the Tournament.”
A memorable day and I wish sweet Amy a happy birthday!
Great photos!! Those dinner shows are so fun! We have been to several many times and they are always fun. Orlando is full of them. One of my blogging friends works at Dixie Stampede and Dollywood and often talks about the performers and how fun it is. Check out http://mamawsplace4.blogspot.com/ if you would like to meet Brenda. Thanks for sharing your birthday celebration!
You brought back memories - how much fun - we took Andy there YEARS ago! Love, sandie
Did you get notes added to the top of your blog when you started to work on it?
Happy Birthday to your Amy. I have never gone there yet we have one nearby.
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