We know it has been a while since we've had an update, and we do apologize. Horse_Bunny was put on bed-rest for pregnancy complications, so "Adventuring" was out of the question.
But, now that she's back on her feet (or wheelchair, if that option is available), we're back on schedule. Taking it easy, of course... and making these projects a bit shorter than what we're used to. But at least we're out and about doing what we love.
We have two updates for you this time around:
EPISODE 42: Cabrillo Nat'l Monument-- L is for Lighthouse
After our hiatus, our first adventure took us to a landmark in our own backward of San Diego. As its name implies, Cabrillo National Monument pays tribute to Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo -- whose landing nearby made him the first European to step foot on the west coast of what would later become the United States. The Age of Exploration not your cup of tea? How about a lighthouse that, for a time, was the tallest (due to the landscape) in the U.S.? Or bunkers that once housed weapons designed to protect our shore in World Wars I and II?
EPISODE 42: Mouse Dreams-- M is for Mickey
Unable to stay away from the Resort for long, our newest podcast has us visiting both Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure.
It's pretty interesting to note which attractions we were not able to ride -- be it due to construction in the Parks, or due to Horse_Bunny's pregnancy. Instead of the thrill rides that we normally thrive on, this trip took on a decidedly relaxed tone from the very beginning.
Take a ride on the Mark Twain Riverboat through Frontierland, drop by Innoventions and see some of the new(er) offerings at Innoventions, pay tribute to Golden Dreams on its final day, and also find out one of our yearly Disney traditions. All in a short, sweet little visit to our favorite playground.
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