Yesterday was our granddaughters’ Head Start class field trip to the Erie Zoo. Grandma Chris and I accompanied Harper and June to the zoo.
Chris, Harper, June and I arrived at the zoo around 11:15 am. We entered the zoo via the Front Entrance. We walked through the zoo, in as much of a direct path as possible, to the South Entrance. Directly outside of the zoo is a picnic area. The field trip included lunch, which was set up at one of the pavilions. Lunch included hot dogs, carrot sticks, potato chips, chocolate chip cookie, and milk.
We ate our lunch sitting on the ground, in the sun, with Cale and Destiny and their three children. The oldest of their three children is in Harper’s Head Start class.
We spent the afternoon in the company of Cale and Destiny and their children. Together we climbed mystery mountain, saw the animals, rode the Wildlife Carousel, played in the Children’s Adventure Play Area and rode the train.
Harper runs across swinging bridge at Mystery Mountain.
The girls enjoyed walking on the rocks at the Children’s Adventure Garden.
Harper and June with Grandma Chris on the Wildlife Carousel
The girls with a couple greater-than-life penguins
Children’s Adventure Play Area
The Children’s Adventure Play Area was very crowded. I had never seen so many people in the play area! All five girls had a good time playing inside the multistory play structure.
All five girls
All five girls at Kiboka Outpost
Chris and I had a pleasant day at the zoo, and the five girls had a very good time together.