Spring Break Day 2: Astronaut Harrison explores the Butler County Donut Trail.

Houston, We have donuts!

Trying the pineapple fritter at Stan the Donut Man's donut shop.

For day two of our Spring Break trip to Butler County, we spent the morning exploring the Butler County Donut Trail. While the trail is home to twelve local donut shops (no Dunkins or Tim Hortons thank you very much) we limited ourselves to just visiting five shops starting with Stan the Donut Man's shop to try their famous Pineapple Fritter.

Clockwise from upper left: Kelly's Bakery, Jupiter Coffee & Donuts, Holtman's Donuts, and The Donut House.

From there we made our way to Kelly's bakery to try their Tiger Tail, the Pistachio filled at Jupiter Coffee & Donuts, custom filled long johns (we chose boston cream) at the Donut House, and Harry finished things off with a St. Patrick's themed donut at Holtman's.

Along the way we needed to take a break and stretch our legs so we visited Jungle Jim's and a visit to their unique (and highly rated restrooms). It was our first ever visit to Jungle Jims and it is truly as unique a shopping experience as all your friends tell you it is!

After spending the morning eating donuts, driving and exploring Jungle Jim's we headed back to the hotel to fill out our Donut passport and rest up for our afternoon.

After we recovered from our mid-day sugar slump, we headed to The Web Extreme Entertainment where we tried out the indoor go-kart track, climbing wall, bowling, video games and even tried out their Space Station Escape Room!

After our visit to The Web a very tired Astronaut Harrison had us reevaluating