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... little nervous and maybe a little emotional. Our leaders were on sweep and we all waited for each other about a mile out from the finish (where I also finished my state push-ups thanks to a little help from my friends). The final team member to arrive was Kim, who was in the van with her sweet Trike, ready to lead us into the Pacific Ocean. It was everything that she got to finish with us. And I'd say it was everything not just to her, but to the whole 31 of us. We started out as a ...
... with this mom; and Julian is getting more excited by the minute and can't keep still. Our first leg, San Diego to New York went incredibly smooth, especially thanks to the Lego Movie being our inflight choice..."Everything is awesome!!" Waiting for our London leg and the kids are restless. We grab a quick slice of pizza and Kaeleb says, staring out the window; "this city seems more sophisticated," as he eats his New York style slice. The excitement ...
... session. She also bought over a bag of weird fruit but they tasted alright so she told us to keep them. We spent the day on hire bikes today, $12 for rentals. We rode down to La Jolla cove where we found at least 100 seals lying in the sun up on the beach and rocks. Such funny creatures, could have watched them all day. We layed in the sun for an hour or so and accidentally fell asleep, getting our fair share of sun. Three sunburnt bodies got back on their ...
... I think I'm going to go as Supergirl- and by go, I mean trick or treating to get a mountain of candy. The Henn Coop is already decked out for Halloween and other houses on the street are starting to decorate too, so you know the lollies are going to be good!
Today, Olivia and I completed a 7.2 mile hike to the summit of Mt. Woodson, famous for it's "Potato Chip Rock" near the top. We were hiking from about 9:30 til noon ...
... the tiger. The elephants were eating some hay. The line for the panda bears was massive, must be a popular exhibit. We made it through, the panda chewing on some bamboo. "They drink lots of water as bamboo is very salty." To close out the day we visited the bear enclosure, spotted a big grizzly. The zoo done we headed back home then out for dinner in the Gaslamp ...
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