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Winter and a trip to San Diego


Peter, tied to the mini-trampoline Peter used modeling clay to make all kinds of tiny food


Melissa and her mom stayed at our house over the holidays


Great view


Peter sweeping up some snow on the deck Moon view over the Olympics


At the Math Adventure


Book club Peter at a choir concert


The most snow we've had in a while!




Carol taking pictures of the winter landscape No power - cooking dinner with the gas cooker


The kids made a huge snow ball, and left it in the street, carving some steps into it. I had them move it so cars wouldn't run into it. A knex ball drop


The plane


A walk at May Creek Greenway. There's some weird ridges that are difficult to see in the photo, but very remarkable in real life. It's an old railroad track. Peter on his new electronic keyboard


A trip to San Diego - the pier at South Mission Beach There had just been massive flooding, and there were lots of sandbags


Surfers


On the USS Midway


Captain Peter


In the brig


Some very efficient sleeping quarters -


At Cabrillo National Monument


The tidepools were absolutely packed with school groups


At Fort Rosecrans National Cemetary


We tried to see how many non-standard (i.e. non Christian crosses) we could find. There were quite a few.


The fountain at Balboa Park


Big flocks of wild parrots in the trees near the Midway Towne Center shopping mall Sea lions along the waterfront




At the beach in front of Coronado Hotel The neighborhood had some really beautiful homes


The San Diego Zoo - pandas Right when we were at the San Diego Zoo, they were doing a massive installation of an aerial walkway


We have an old picture of Kenny at this same spot, when he was a baby - here's the link: http://www.ericandsylvia.com/pictures/2004/01-31-2004/?medium=img_4433.jpg


It was interesting watching these tortoises eat. Once the food got scarce, they started pushing one another out of the way.


This polar bear had gone a little crazy. He was making the same set of movements over and over again, identical.


A sad dog, caged in with a tiger. The dog was so happy to see the keeper, but the tiger didn't even turn around.
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