This week was Grandma & Grandpa Camp for our granddaughter, Kennedy. We spent a whole activity-filled week with our favorite little Princess. The last day was spent at San Diego Safari Park. It was perfect!
We took our time taking in the awesome African decor, music, dancing, acrobatics, as well as the animals.
The one thing that Kennedy wanted to do was visit Lorikeet Landing. I was surprised because the last time we were there a lorikeet landed on her head and took a liking to her hair bow. Kennedy was okay with the situation … for a little bit. But then panic set in. A lorikeet-keeper had to come in the inclosure and physically remove the curious winged critter. But on this visit Kennedy was ready to give it another go. And she was wearing the same hair bow too!
Little ones have a friendship connection with one another at first sight. These three little girls were almost drawn to each other. The middle one didn’t even speak English. But it didn’t make any difference at all. They saw each other, smiled and were immediate friends. Just like that. I think the world could take a lesson or two from the children of the world.
Did you know there’s a carousel at Safari Park? It’s filled with colorful wild animals, all galloping along together. As for the precious cargo on the zebra: she tried out almost every single one of those wild animals. Because that’s what carousels are for!
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