Take the Kids to Sherwood, Oregon

The disco worms demand to be taken out for a constitutional every day. As you might expect from socialist finger Muppets, they’re very demanding: 1) No more than 30 minutes in the car; 2) Cappuccino is mandatory.

Lately K-Pants, Baby Woww, and I have been taking them to small towns around Portland.

This time we went to Sherwood, Oregon, with some Momsicle adventure pals: Sarah, Cindy, Mari, and Erika. You can read about our recommendations in a “real” article on Red Tricycle. But in case you’re more of a visual person, or you’re not particularly literate, here’s the poke-your-eyes-out-with-a-fork adventure slide show.

If you’re planning an outing to Sherwood, click on the picture to be taken to each adorable location’s web page.

Old Town

Fat Milo’s

Sweet Story

Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge

(Ponds are friends to worms and toddlers alike.)


Thanks to Miles, K-Pants, Fang, and Boca for their charming poses. And a really, really HUGE thank you to Tami, whose generous advice made this shenanigan possible.


6 responses to “Take the Kids to Sherwood, Oregon

  1. Congratulations on your 100th post!!

  2. I am totally in love with those Muppets. And, should I ever actually make it all the way to Oregon, I hope they will give me a tour.

  3. I nominated you for an award today. You should really start working on your speech. http://wp.me/p1LoLK-1pr

  4. hahahaha

  5. I would love to see Oregon one day too. I got to go to Seattle once and spend time in Silverdale, WA…That part of the country is so beautiful! LOVE those muppets too! Please keep sharing! Now that I’m going to be a grandmother–there’s hope for me yet! LOL! Have a great Holday!

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