cincinnati is hard to spell

September 2, 2007 at 5:40 pm 1 comment

and I am NOT a good speller.

Yesterday, JT and I went to the Cincinnati Zoo with Josh, Kim, and their daughter Reese. It was super-fun, but J was a little disappointed that we didn’t get to see the largest Komodo Dragon in the Western Hemisphere. We did get to see some armadillos, though, and they were running around like crazy. I think they were Reese’s favorite. J and I couldn’t decide if we had more fun watching the animals or the people… For example, the kid with the squirrel huntin’ story was pretty hilarious… But then again, the Orangutan was laying out on the grass appearing to motion and entertain the crowd, which was also hilarious.

The most perplexing part of the day was this exhibit:

If our street is lined with large trees, should our pictures be up on the wall, too?

Is this okay? Is it PC? Votes? In any case, here are more pictures:

Cincinnati Zoo

Today we spent most of the day packing, so hopefully I won’t have too much packing to do after Jason goes back to MN tomorrow. We’ve got most of the things that were stored in the attic packed up and ready to go, as well as Jason’s homebrewing equipment, the tools, and most of the kitchen.

Jason multi-tasking: marking boxes AND drinking a beer


Entry filed under: Moving, Travel.

some new bling I was wrong about the squirrel hunter.

1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Amy  |  September 3, 2007 at 12:43 am

    I kind of feel like you have to forage the forest to be considered a tree person. I mean, I’ve been in a plane, but wouldn’t consider myself a pilot. But that’s just me.


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