"Wait a minute- I just thought of something- is our family Canadian?"
|I was very excited to see the river otters.|
"Is that scary old guy from Poltergeist buried here?"Kate had no answer for why he was obsessed with this, but apparently he asks this about every cemetery he sees.
|My siblings love a good poop kiosk.|
|The baby gorilla killed us with its cuteness.|
"Are those restrooms over there? Do you think there's a men's?"
"Wow! Look at that bird!"Baby rhinoceros in front of him, but what really impresses him is that sparrow that's eating garbage off the walk in front of us.
"I hope that giraffe isn't constipated."
|I ended up not purchasing the bison hat. It was too top-heavy.|
|Kevin outside the Anchor Bar.|
All in all, I think he had as good a time as we did, and we've already started planning next year's adventure. Hopefully, wherever we end up, the giraffes will not be constipated and all the public bathrooms will include men's rooms as well.
PS- Katie reminded me of a story I forgot to include. I was very excited that our hotel was across the street from the Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site. It's the house where Teddy took the oath of office after McKinley was assassinated. After one such mention, Kevin asked, "I don't have to go with you to Mark Twain's house, do I?" I corrected him and said, "It's Teddy Roosevelt, not Mark Twain. And, no." He thought that was funny, so he kept referring to my visiting Mark Twain's house, just to get me to correct him irritatedly. "When are you going over to Mark Twain's house?" "It's Teddy Roosevelt, Kevin, dammit!" I'd look over at him and he'd be grinning slyly.