Last day. The last day of vacation is always a bummer. The fun is starting to fade and the reality of the drive home is real. We didn't have to be out of our house until 11, so there was no rush to get up super early and I think this day was the latest that I had slept in, which meant around 7:45. We assessed the food situation and determined just how much stuff everyone needed to eat for breakfast, and then began the task of packing and loading vehicles.The kids played outside mostly while we did this, because they were not ready to go home anymore than the adults.
We chose a local place on the strip to have lunch called Granny's Kitchen. It was pretty good, but not spectacular. The staff were all very friendly though. I took the opportunity to show Nick and Kate the uncapped hot spring and let them feel the water. We decided to buy tickets for the duck boat, so we boarded and off we went for an hour and a half tour.