Meaning, perhaps, we'll be more than happy to "lose" the kids for a while if you want to sit down and have a drink.
Maybe Jack Be Nimble, a Baby in the Tree Top and Simple Simon could have stuck it out a few more years.
But when the Wisconsin Dells fully opens later this week for the summer season, one of the most well-known and longest-running tourist attractions in the state will be off limits.
Storybook Gardens, a staple in this community of fun since 1956, will not reopen this season. The 10-acre park, created by Melvin Flath and known for its fairy-tale scenes, ponds and the Goodship Lolli Pop, has succumbed to the wear and tear of the elements and time.