Still another adventure in the Bay Area… part 2…

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As I mentioned in the previous post, our adventure day started with a walk around a lake.

a 2

No, that isn’t a natural color for a lake. It wasn’t that color when I was a kid. There are signs about a dangerous algae… people still let their kids go swimming.

a 3

And no, my godson, Willie, is not pointing a fake gun at me. It is called a fart-zooka… a clever combination of the words ‘fart’ and ‘bazooka’. It is a plastic tube with a plunger stick that you push, which forces air into the tube, and out through a rubber flange-thing… which is basically an artificial anus… or sphincter… I call it the fart stick. We had a lot of fun with that, all day long, although, I will admit that listening to a four-year-old making fart sounds in the back seat of a car… very close to your head… can get a little old after a while.

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So, the lake was a weird color, but it was still a beautiful walk.

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And there as a lot of poison oak, so you had to be careful not to touch anything… on either side of the trail. Seems like there is a life lesson in there somewhere.

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We saw ducks.

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Did I mention Big Johnny has his arm in a sling? I will get to that later.

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And, man, was it hot. Unusually hot for the Bay Area.

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That is why we decided to go down closer to the bay.

a 10

Start whistling the theme song from the Andy Griffith show.

 

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2 Responses to Still another adventure in the Bay Area… part 2…

  1. Lesson 1: nature is beautiful, but it can be dangerous.
    Lesson 2: with green water and poison oak, who the hell needs to walk down a hiking trail?! That’s why God created malls.

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