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Celebrating 18th Birthday at Sea World

Posted in Family, and Outdoor Adventures

How is it possible that my baby girl is 18-years-old? Time passes so quickly. It seems like it was just yesterday that she was a little girl hoping to go see the dolphins and killer whales at Sea World. At least some things never change. M still loves Sea World and wanted to celebrate her 18th birthday at the park. She had such a great time last yeat at Sea World for her birthday, that she wanted to do it again. When we learned that M would have the day off from college classes on her birthday, we started to plan…

Birthday at Sea World

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When I asked Munchkin what she wanted to do for her birthday, she told me that she really wanted to go to an aquarium. After further discussion based on availability and options, she decided that Sea World sounded like a fun excursion. It meant getting up early, but she didn’t mind getting up early on her birthday for this. Since we knew that our day would start early and that we’d be gone all day, we decided to do the cake and presents a day early. It was more relaxing that way. Plus, our meal plans for the next day…

Trip to Sea World Part 4

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I’m finally getting the last installment of the Sea World pictures up.  I’m sure I’ll have a few random animal pictures to share later, but for now, this wraps up the trip.  The final show that we saw was the Sea Lions Live show.  The stage looked like a television studio, and all of the show names were spoofs of real tv shows.  We cracked up at the crazy antics from the animals. After we finished up at the Sea Lions Live show, we headed over to the Arctic and saw some penguins and beluga whales. We thought the beluga…

Trip to Sea World Part 2

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I am so grateful for companies who offer special discounts for military members and their families.  We were able to go to Sea World San Diego for free.  Yes, we still had to pay $12 for parking, but that was our only cost.  We just had to show our military ids at the gate, and we received complimentary tickets for the day. At the different shows, they had the military members stand up to be recognized and thanked for their service.  Since I’m proud of our men and women in uniform, I enjoy seeing all the service members being recognized…