Isaac couldn't believe his luck when we just put him down on the lawn and followed him as he wondered wherever he wanted. http://www.rockyou.com/show_my_gallery.php?source=ppsl&instanceid=130186882 (I even created a new account and am still getting someone else's slide show when I try to embed it into the blog. oh well)
Michal finally called to let us know that the parking enforcement had turned them away because the lot/hillside was so full, so they just had to turn around and go home! Sorry Michal! (If it is any consolation it was freezing up there! At least 20 degrees or more colder than in town.)
I guess if I had realized how many pictures I would be taking before I left the house, I would have put a little more effort into my hair and make-up, and defiantly would have asked Flint to shave and brush his hair. Oh well, I guess you can tell this way that we were on vacation.
Isaac's smile is courtesy or Stu and Evan, who stood behind and did the Haka. It is a dance meant to intimidate, but their version makes Isaac laugh out loud.
We even got some pictures of Isaac sticking his tongue back at them.
I admit that for us, who lucked out with a great parking spot, the trip was defiantly worth while. (I'm pretty sure that Michal and her van full of people would not agree.) LA is rarely so clear and beautiful. I would have much rather fought the crowds on a clear day, than had the place to myself on a smoggy day. I guess that is why they have a laser light show inside; for those smoggy days.