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Anheuser Busch: Baked Beans, Right?

I love the little town we live in.
Everyone is so friendly and quiet and I wanted to live here forever... until Spring Break.
Boring is good for me in daily life, but it is nice to have something to do when you want to do something fun.
John got online to find something fun to do around here, most of the funner things was outdoors and it was supposed to rain.
So he says, "The kids love how its made, it would be fun for them to tour the Anheuser Busch Factory."
Me, "Sure! Baked Beans, right?"
I wasn't even close! It was the Budweiser Factory.
Turn out it was pretty cool! And the kids did like it.
Not my top choice for spring break fun, but we made the best of it.
Amalia was definitely the center of attention running around and smiling at people, so adorable!
My favourite part was the horses.  From floor to shoulder they are 6ft! Amazing!







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