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Thursday, August 5, 2010

Summer vacation 2010 in Parts...Part 3, Hollywood Bowl

If you've never been to the Hollywood Bowl, it is a magical place.  
Built into the canyons of the Hollywood Hills, it is an outdoor ampitheatre 
with the Hollywood sign as a backdrop.  
This visit, we went to see Looney Tunes!  
It started at 8:30pm Pacific time, which is 10:30pm Central time, 
which is HOURS past the kids bedtimes.  
They all managed to stay awake (except 1) for the entire program, as well as the final fireworks.  
All in all, it was a blast!
Bugs: "Duck season!"
Daffy: "Wabbit season!"
Bugs: "Duck season!"
Daffy: "Wabbit season!"
Bugs: "Duck season!!"
Daffy: "Wabbit season!!"
Bugs: (reversing the flow) "Wabbit season!"
Daffy: "Duck season!!!"
Bugs: "Wabbit season!!!"
Daffy: "I say it's duck season, and I say, fire!"
Yes, the kids have been saying those lines...over, and over, and over...
That's All Folks!


Swizz said...

All of my "family" pics included my brother, who wishes to not have his picture on the blog. So, sorry for the lack of "personalized" pictures this part!

backwoods conservative said...

Your brother is still working the Bloggers Anonymous program, I see.
I wonder if he ever bumps into Allahpundit at the meetings, or if he would know if he did. :)

backwoods conservative said...

Actually, I take the opposite approach to blogging. I have a blog where I post photos and write-ups from my hiking trips, but because I use my real name on it, I don't link to it from the pseudonym I use elsewhere in the blogosphere.

Swizz said...

Backwoods...I don't think about it very often, but when I do I realize how careful we all have to be. There are lots of normal people in the world. It only takes one or two psychos to ruin it for everyone.

My philosophy is better safe than sorry.

Ash said...

Darn it - would love to put a face with the name ;-)

Looks like an awesome show. Glad most of the kiddos made it. That is late.

Swizz said...

Ash, it's funny...look at my face and picture a male version. Now squint, add a few years and a few pounds (Patterico if you're reading this...just being honest!) and you'll have him.

He and I look more alike in some ways than my identical twin and I do. Go figure!