Yesterday Kevin and I decided we wanted to cook something for our mothers in Carson City. We chose to make Honey Chicken Kabobs and zuchini salad. Since we knew we needed some kind of cooking platform we woke up early in the morning and began chopping up a tree trunk. Since Kevin has experince with building, maintaining, and extinguishing fire. First things first we bought our ingredients from the local food market. We kept the budget under $20. We did fairly well and came back with 30 whole cents. As soon as we came home we cleaned our utensils and began preparing the kabobs and salad. Kevin started the fire and we let the chicken marinate with the bellpepers and onions. The open flame was very difficult at first but we manged with just gloves(we had no tongs). Our mothers seemed to enjoy the meal, so did we. We were quite proud with the outcome.
-Mario P. and Kevin K.
Today happened to be my little sisters 2nd birthday, so its a good thing that I ended up blogging today. Since of course not every parent gets to hang out with their kids for summer due to work, I went to my grandmas to hang out for most of the day. Later on into the day we went to the San Diego nighttime zoo, which was pretty fun, but I found out I had forgot my space man at home....So mostly today we just celebrated my sisters birthday and that's it.
Oh and by the way, since I forgot my space man at home I decided to still just take a picture of it in the flowers outside my house. Can you find where it's at?
Believe it or not, actually was back at the California Science Center again for most of the day (went to see the King Tut exhibit with the family, and they also wanted to see the shuttle). So here is a picture from our evening...I am not sure the location is any big mystery here, so any guesses to what movie we saw? The screen is actually from the previews, so I am not sure if that is a great clue to help you out.
This summer each team member was given a little Lego astronaut to help them document their summer vacation. Museums, the beach, national parks, grocery stores...our astronaut is our minifig tourist. On this blog we will share our adventures and post our most interesting (and sometimes not as interesting) photos and stories.