It's truly an adventure trying to move, coordinate, eat, take potty breaks, etc with all these people. But when else in life are we going to get a chance to travel with so many people again.
The coolest things so far have been the elephants, the panda bears, and my kids found a little birdie that fell out. The little guy couldn't walk and certainly couldn't fly. He almost got trampled by several people. I scooped him up and took it to one of the workers. I hope they can take care of the little guy. It would be wrong to let the little guy die - especially at the zoo.
One of the other things that have been strange to see is the traffic. LA has one of the worst traffic jams around. But the traffic - even during traffic hours - have been extremely light. Most people are either sharing rides or taking public transport because the gas prices are so high here.
The last I heard, they are projecting gas to hit $7 per gallon before this is through.
Kaleb is taking a nap and I think I will too while the rest of the family continues on their tour.
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