We kept going up though, and the big bear-cave rocks went away and all that was left were tall, skinny pine trees, green meadows, and mountain streams. The only strange part of the landscape was all of the cattle! Black Angus cows were everywhere! In the road, in the trees, around the streams. No matter where we were on the mountain, we could hear them moo-ing!
pioneer-y and totally up my alley.
So anyway, Reed's clamping away when, behind our campsite, Jacob spots a moose. Yes, a MOOSE! Just hanging out! Jacob went crazy and took a bunch of pictures while I asked Tanna what to do if the moose came close to the tent. She just laughed and said that he hangs around the camp with another moose and they are friendly. Oh, geez. I am SO not in Cincinnati. So I got Reed ready for bed with one eye on the moose. Sheesh.
So here's the thing. We bought Bob the Builder at Walmart before we headed up the mountain on the first day, and Reed watched it all the way up the mountain. We thought it sounded strange but didn't really think much of it. We realized in the tent that the DVD was playing in French. And it had bothered TLO not at all. I'm not sure what to make of it, but I'm sure he will have the theme song memorized in French before too long. Why would French be the default language on Bob the Builder?? Just wondering.
Off to new adventures!