Friday Daydreamin': Summer’s Here!!

According to our calendar, summer is officially here!  Truth be told, we’ve been enjoying summer for almost a month here in Texas!! And while it is HOT outside, which keeps us searching for ways to COOL down, it’s always nice to do a little armchair vacationing with Friday Daydreamin’.
This week, we are dreamin’ about cool places here in Texas…..we are at the World’s Largest water park, Schlitterbahn in New Braunfels:
Schlitterbahn has been around since I was a little girl and has grown into a Water Wonderland!  Four separate parks with water slides, wave pools, lazy rivers, and tons of water play areas for little ones.  I can’t wait to tell y’all all about it next Monday!
We have already been twice this summer and can’t wait to go back – there is honestly so much to do, it is hard to get it all in, in one day! 
What are you daydreamin’ about today?  Ways to keep cool?? Post your favorite vacation picture and link up with us today!

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  1. says

    Great photo! Water parks are also popular here in Korea, and are such great way to cool down on a hot summers day.

  2. says

    I’m in Houston right now and it really is HOT (and humid) — not complaining though! The water park looks like a great way to cool off, but I’m more likely to just play in the water than go down any slide. :)

  3. says

    Schlitterbahn is just another of the many reasons that I really want to get to Texas soon. It’s always near the top of those “best waterparks” lists, and some of the slides look like they might even entertain my daredevils. Looking forward to your posts on it!

  4. says

    We’re definitely doing some Friday Daydreamin’ around here . . . we leave in 4 days on our summer trip to Spain and Portugal! Yay!