I’m slowly easing my way back into blogging, so expect to see tons of posts that are at least six months late. I still can’t commit to a definite blogging schedule, but y’all are awesome troopers, so thanks for being patient with me amidst this hurdle.
I’ve been living in San Diego for a year and half now, but I haven’t really explored much of San Diego as a local. I mean, my last San Diego-related post was from Christmas last year. Yikes. In an attempt to rectify this, Roan and I got ourselves annual memberships at the San Diego Zoo. We thought we got a really good deal with our membership since it includes unlimited entry to the Safari Park in Escondido, too.
We were expecting a breezy 60-degree weather on the day we decided to go, but instead got a hot and humid weather. It’s impossible to explore the entire zoo in one visit, and Roan wanted to see more, but with that weather, I just wasn’t up to it. I was particularly hoping for a weather like when we visited Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle.
Can we please stop to admire the beauty that is this peacock? I could watch and wait for it to display its tail all day. I hope you feel the same way about them, too!
We haven’t been back since this trip in Spring, I guess we should maximize our membership this fall or winter season while the cold and breezy weather lasts!
I know that a lot of people advocate animal rights, so they oppose to the idea of zoos, and I respect that. Just because I don’t have a furry friend of my own, it doesn’t mean that I don’t care about them at all. It’s a very controversial issue that deserves a post of its own. Anyway, I hope you enjoyed a few snapshots from our day trip to the San Diego Zoo last spring!