If you want to see some of the exciting pictures from the kids adventures during Roar & Snore, click here to see my moms blog. They had an amazing time & I'm so glad they all went.When Jason and I arrived at the park the next day, the kids were really excited to show us their tents. They lived in style. The more $ you pay, the closer to the animals you are. As you can see from this photo, they had front row access to the 'African Plains'. You couldn't beat the view. My dad said his favorite part was watching all the animals migrate towards their feeding areas right before sunset. I'm so jealous. What an awesome experience!
As part of the experience, my parents also paid the fee to renew our annual passes to the San Diego Zoo and Safari Park. I cannot tell you how much we love that place. We get our (or their) monies worth every year. Ty had a great time showing his dad all of his favorite spots and experiences.
When I spotted my dad sitting in front of the tents at the end of the day, I couldn't help but wonder what was running through his mind. Which one fits the scene best:
1. "After paying for all of this, the poor house won't be nearly as comfortable as that tent was last night."
2. "Since Ty's coughing kept me up all night, do you think the animals would notice if I took over one of their exhibits for a nice long nap?"
3. "Would Grammy get mad if I threw one of my rotten grandkids in the lion cage?"