Miles driven in those nine days.
Films seen: Lola rennt (1998) and Die fetten Jahre sind vorbei (2004).
Plays seen: The Book of Will at Northlight and Hard Times at Lookingglass.
Geocaches found, the first of which represented 8 of 15 in the challenge on which we are working and the second of which marked the nineteenth find since beginning this pursuit. (Yes, we are doing this quite slowly.)
Games played. We worked on a puzzle, instead.
Pieces in the puzzle.
Zoo visited — our holiday tradition.
Chapters in our latest podcast obsession, Accused. We finished eight of those chapters while on break.
Books finished. I will finish the final one hundred pages of The Road to Jonestown (Jeff Guinness) today.
Hours slept last night. I sleep better when they’re home. Sigh.
Sounds like a wonderful break. My family also has a tradition of visiting the zoo during the Thanksgiving holiday. We usually spend the holiday in Orange Beach, AL so we go to the Alabama Gulf Shores Zoo. It was featured on Animal Planet as “The Little Zoo That Could.” This was the first year my granddaughter–who is 3–went with us. It was a treat to see everything through her eyes and I captured a delightful picture of her sitting on her daddy’s shoulders and howling at the wolves. It was a great day.
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