OutDaughtered Spoilers: The Busby’s Time in the Mangroves

OutDaughterd spoilers reveal that Adam Busby is having quite the time on vacation. He recently posted some photos of him and the family in Florida and trying to find ways to escape the winter cold in Texas. Texas has been hit with a terrible winter storm and the Busbys took to the beach to avoid it all.

Perfect Family Vacation

Adam and Uncle Dale Mills were happy to show off the fun time they had with McKenzie Mills and Olivia Busby. Things didn’t go as well as they thought they would though. There was a small side trip planned where Adam and Dalel took the girls into the Mangroves. It seems as if they got really lost and it was humourous to read about it on their social media accounts.

Adam ended up blaming Uncle Dale for getting them lost, but of course, Dale blames Adam. It does look like Dale was the one who was stirring their canoe and could have easily gotten them lost. That being said, Adam was sitting in the front of the canoe and should have been the first one to see if they were going the wrong way.

Sister Time on The Beach

While Adam and Dale were out getting lost, it seemed Danielle Busby and Crystal Mills were taking it easy in the sand and sun. The women posed for a lot of pictures together and even took more of their own daughters. The sand and sun helped the women to relax and really get their mind off of things.

Danielle and Crystal played some volleyball together and went kayaking. They also got to go swimming in the ocean and build some sand castles with the girls. It seemed to be the perfect getaway for the entire family.

We are so happy that the Busbys got a chance to get away from the winter cold. It is nice to see them with Uncle Dale and Aunt Crystal too. Fans of the show are excited about the season premiere on February 23 on TLC.

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