Happy hump day! Check out these photos from our mini trip to Wisconsin for Carl’s dad’s wedding.  It was short but jam packed with funness.

 

Enjoy

Our first day we went to the zoo, one of my favorite places EVER.  This zoo is fantastic because it is actually free to the public.  It was donate to the city with the only requirement being it remains free to the public.  They manage to keep it open through donations and food sales.
 
Zoo-Madison Wisconsin

Zoo-Madison Wisconsin

Zoo-Madison Wisconsin

Zoo-Madison Wisconsin

Zoo-Madison Wisconsin

Zoo-Madison Wisconsin

Zoo-Madison Wisconsin

Zoo-Madison Wisconsin

 
That night we went to a Madison Mallard’s baseball game for his dad’s fiance and all her children.  We were pretty much the Brady Bunch.  I’ll be honest, I don’t like baseball and all I know is the Mallards won.  I spent most of the game chowing down on the all you can eat food and being way to excited about my Little Mermaid balloon animal.
 

Madison Wisconsin Mallard Baseball Game

Madison Wisconsin Mallard Baseball Game

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For lunch the next day Carl and I went to the greatest restaurant in the universe, Tex Tubb’s.  We ate there last time we visited and fell in love.  I would have been satisfied if it were the only place we went during our visit.  It’s that good.  After eating we walked up and down State Street in downtown Madison for some shopping.  Along the way we watched a really cool spray paint artist working on the sidewalk.  The painting he is holding up to the crowd he completed in less than a minute.  It was cray cray.
 

Tex Tubb's Taco Palace

Tex Tubb's Taco Palace

Tex Tubb's Taco Palace

Tex Tubb's Taco Palace

State Street, Madison WI

State Street, Madison WI

State Street, Madison WI

State Street, Madison WI

State Street, Madison WI

State Street, Madison WI

 

That night we attended the wedding and Carl was his dad’s best man.  Adorable, right?  It was pretty low key with the ceremony and reception taking place in a restaurant that use to be a church.  Instead of doing one big cake they bought mini cakes they placed on each table.  After they cut their own cake each table could dig in to theirs or sample each flavor.  We may or may not have switched the cakes around so we would have the snicker’s cake and the red velvet.  It was a great idea.

Mini wedding cakes

Mini wedding cakes

Mini wedding cakes

Mini wedding cakes

Wedding

 

 

Did you have any out of town adventures over the holiday’s?