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... it did so. Lily was among the kids who did. I was among the adults who did not. Later, we went outside to observe animals in the preserve, accompanied by Safari West staff who discussed the animals, their habits, their habitats, and more. All this was to help in the preparation of the kids' reports.
That evening, we had dinner again in the Elephant Room. The menu was pretty much the same as the previous night. I discovered that most visitors to Safari West come ...
... supermarket chain) etc. I went for a walk, went into Safeway & got some water & a banana. Also noted they had a Starbucks in the supermarket, USA being the home of Starbucks I had to get a coffee - have to say a flat white from a nz Starbucks beats the coffee I got in the US one today. Went for a wander along the road in the sun with my water and stretched the legs, just across the road is a stream or small river. Back to my room & had a lovely much needed soak in ...
... wanted to see since I saw Alfred Hitchcock’s "The Birds". This was the setting and filming location for this film so it was so awesome to see this in the flesh. I was able to see the schoolhouse building where the kids all run from when the birds attack them (so funny!) and the dock Tippi Hedren arrives at and is attacked by the bird, as well as the location where the phone booth explodes by the gas station, though a different building is there ...
... into Billy lips. Nothing on film but God was it funny.
Billy claimed his actions (I think this is hard with nothing but "boring grown-ups" around EXCEPT if Uncle Meatball is playing) were deliberate to get Aspen all riled up and distressed at the thought of bedtime - and then leave. I kind of like being on the other side of raising children, being able to have all the ...
... all at different stages of their own journeys. Not that I’m any kind of expert, but we did stay across the street from a Holiday Inn Express the other night (ahh haha- done like Dads low pitched fake laugh) and I did read various things at the visitor’s centers about the history of the bridge. I learned that Joseph Strauss, the same man that wrote a poem I saw etched into a sign displayed in the Redwood forest, proposed the original design for ...