Okay, think of all the flights of stairs you have EVER walked on in your life. Now, I probably walked twice as many in three days. And mostly today and yesterday. My calves are defined.
Mhm. It was super fun, and beautiful. I think it would be easier to explain with pictures.
Pictures are from both Starved Rock AND
I can clarify which is which if wanna know.
I polished my hand on a sandy rock.
It was soft at first, and then skin started falling off.
This is probably my favorite picture of my parents from the whole trip. I'm actually standing in a cave
I highly suggest going to both parks. If you go to Starved Rock, don't both going to the ACTUAL rock. It's kinda a waste of time. Unless of course, forced scenery if your thing. And there is some crazy incline and then stairs. I didn't seen any waterfalls, except for some water drips. I'm going to try and see some amazing ones in the spring.
Also, don't go on Columbus weekend like I did. Utica has it's Burgoo days. I gets CRAZY.
Speaking of Christopher Columbus, he is a douche.
Anyway, way earlier, last month I went to Alpacha Days. :3 I want one now. Especially a baby one.
LOOK AT THAT FACE!!!!!
AND THOSE FACES!!!!
That was the softest thing I ever felt. And look how cute my granmum is.
Mhm, Picture loaded, yo.
I have more to put up too. ):
Hahahahaha. I'm not kidding, but be happy, they are good ones. (;
It was one amazing field trip to the Coast Guard in Calumet And then Navy Pier. Oh, and Isabel's adventure face.
That's the boss man tying a knot, and our informative guide.
Also kinda cute. :o
Sorry for the sidewayness, but that's the dummy to people practice with. I heard it's heavy.
Isabel buying a ukulele. The guy tried to get out of the picture but failed.
Isabel is a BAMFing musician playing tune for the people of Navy Pier