Look out! The ants are gunna get you!
A fun little kiddie park in the zoo.
This is why I love him. Not afraid to make a fool of himself.
Trying on sun glasses in the gift shop.
I of course had to get a picture of me with the
PINK flamingos. (it was Kollin's idea)
We then drove into San Fran, and Linda took us to see the Cliff House.
We had to drive through a toll booth. One
more reason I love Utah.
These stop lights were awesome looking.
The Cliff House reminds me a lot of SaltAir, but it has been more updated. Back in the day, it was a place for entertainment, swimming, and great views. It burnt down in 1907, and was rebuilt to what it is today.
It was really fun. We took a little hike around it. I was definately not wearing the proper clothing or shoes for the day. But since I only brought one change of clothes in my carry on, I had no choice. There were times I had to go barefoot because my flip flops were slipping off. I like to hike barefoot anyway. Makes it more interesting.
After Malinda got off work, we all went out to dinner at this Italian restaruant called Kpescatore. We all got to visit, and eat goooooood food. There were a bunch of birthdays there today, it seemed. Every few minutes or so, the servers were singing Happy Birthday to a different table. As we were leaving, John told them they should start IDing people, since it is very unlinkely that there were so many birthdays. They thought it was a good idea.
Malinda, Me & Kollin
Now we're back at the house, and everyone is watching the Olympics. I figured I would do this now, instead of later. Since I'm pretty worn out, and probably won't be awake for much longer. And also, since I don't know if there is a computer at the house in Maui, or anywhere that I'd be able to find to use one. If that is the case, then the next time I'll be able to update this is the 21st. Just warning you!