In the Kids Quarters, there's an awesome training video on marching and proper positioning of your gun. There's a blue screen, so you can see yourself as a soldier on tv. So cool!
My littlest soldier spent a bit of time "training".
Checkers! Big sister understands the basic premise, and little sister pretty much messes the board up... Not the best sister bonding experience in our case.
Another room in the Kids Quarters has a dress up area. She has gotten the "picture pose" down! (It's a fabulous achievement!)
Little sister's picture pose is a little crazy... But still incredibly cute! (We're in the terrible twos)
Gotta love these!
Her big sister is holding her up so she can reach!
I'm obviously biased, but this child is too fun!
We visited the Guardhouse before we left (or, as the girls call it: the dungeon!)
The locked-up damsel role is apparently really fun.
There is SO much more to experience at Fort Mackinac. We didn't even sit through a rifle or cannon demonstration. We spent most of the time in the Kids Quarters (and I only took pictures of a fraction of the things to do there). Even in an hour, the girls had a blast!
Here's the lovely sky on our way home: