Now that I’ve had a chance to rest a bit, I am happy that I am finally able to share some photos of the other half of our journey to TBAI. I’m just a little behind, but that’s okay, isn’t it?
I hope you like apples or at least looking at them because that seemed to the theme for the day. We started out by visiting the “World’s Largest Apple”. That’s what they said and since I have nothing to compare it to, we’ll just have to take their word for it, whoever they are.
Then we went around the corner and saw the”World’s Second Largest Apple”.
This is me on the top of it. It was really high off the ground.
On the way out of town we passed an apple with a stethoscope. What?! I know. I know. That’s what I thought too.
But sure enough, there was a huge apple with a stethoscope.
Someone got sidetracked and the next thing I know I am watching frogs swimming under lily pads. What do lily pads have to do with apples? It seems if we don’t often see something at home, it becomes the subject of many photos. I extracted a promise that we only show one for now. That way we can get to the good stuff….me!
Shortly after the lily pad diversion, we were making our way down a country road to an apple orchard. I’ve never been to an apple orchard before.
It was pretty cool to see the apples growing so nice and ripe for picking.
I was the only bear sitting in an apple tree that day. Well, let’s face it; I was the only bear there that day.
You might think a bear’s life doesn’t get much better than this. Ah, but it does. We finally arrived at TBAI – just in time for the sock hop. If I’m lucky I’ll be able to pawn a photo of you-know-who off some sweet soul. There is
evidence, um – proof out there that you can rock’em and you can sock’em at the hop whether or not you know how to do the twist or the pony.
This is your friend, Sebastian signing off from TBAI.