Someone is ready to paddle board.
(otherwise know as jumping and swimming)
Paddle boarding in Mission Bay or otherwise known as “jumping” and then swimming can sure tire us out.
Silly kid who i had to promise we would come back tomorrow morning so he would settle down to sleep. That’s one exhausted seventeen year old young man.
Basically the point of the entire trip.
D has a video and he watches the 30 second clip of the bears at the San Diego Zoo constantly. He’s been telling me that we went to “the zoo” non stop since we left.
(Thank goodness the bears came out).
I thought d would dig this huge. I was totally wrong. Back home we go.
Super fun way to spend a few hours. Lots of language about “jumping” and “orange”.
My first moose.
A few years back we went to the National Zoo in DC and there was an entire third of the exhibits dedicated to what we see in our cul de sac or within 4 miles of the house. I forget that we live in nature that most never get to see. Heck, this month alone, there’s been a doe and her fawns, a heard of elk, momma bear and her cub, and now a moose….all a bit annoyed but tolerating us as they share space. (Foxes, coyotes, and prairie dogs aren’t worth mentioning as they are like squirrels here). I’m hoping the nature doesn’t hide for our next exchange student. ;).