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A chilly morning in SeaWorld's Wild Arctic

A note from Dad:

If you’ve followed Bridger’s blog the last few days, you are no doubt familiar with his “Big Night.”  But let me fill in a few blanks:

Bridger and I traveled to San Diego last week for a special sleepover at SeaWorld.  We were two of about 40 people who set up camp in the park’s Wild Arctic exhibit Saturday night.  We hoped to get updates out a little more frequently that night, but honestly we didn’t know what we were in for.  There was no cell reception inside the exhibit itself, so we couldn’t post once inside.  The videos we posted were taken with my cell phone, but we also had a camcorder with us.  I’ll compile a montage of the events and post it here next week.  Bridger will have some thoughts over the weekend.

A big thanks to the good folks at SeaWorld San Diego and the Adventure Camps crew!  The Big Night was a blast!

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Well, it’s morning time here at SeaWorld. We got a great spot right by the whales. One of the SeaWorld workers told us a secret that if we skipped going to the bathroom and brushing our teeth we could get in there quick and get that good spot.

It was freezing cold all night but it was worth it. Just look at what we saw when we woke up. Dad took this video right when o wad waking up.

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A little video from my polar bear class.

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Here I am at SeaWorld! I’m with Dad and we’re going to sleep over. It’s something I’ve wanted to do my whole life! They gave us a cool shirt with the perfect picture of Shamu on the front. We’re going to eat now, then more stuff, the we’ll sleep on the ground next to the beluga whale tank. Check back for more later!

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You have to come to my website and look at my Twitter page later tonight to read about The Big Night.  It’s something I’ve wanted to do for a really long time and I want to tell everybody about it when it happens.  It will actually take all night and we’ll put pictures on here.  You should definitely come back for this!

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This one is for Huxley the paleontologist at Walking with Dinosaurs.

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I really hope that wasn’t the last time Walking with Dinosaurs comes to Utah because I love it so much. It’s like the show I got last Christmas called Chased by Dinosaurs, only you’re not watching it on a TV- it’s real! They have a paleontologist that’s like Nigel Marven, only he’s not Nigel Marven, and Nigel Marven is an ornithologist and an adventurer, not a paleontologist. But I think this guy is like Nigel Marven’s helper or something. He wears the same vest.

I really loved going to Walking with Dinosaurs because the dinosaurs are so big and look so real. First they had a liliensternus come out, then an allosaurus. They also had a baby and mom brachiosaurus. It’s cool because how big they were is how big Littlefoot and his grandpa or grandma really would have been. They had ornithocherius and torosaurus and stegosaurus too. I will write more about this tomorrow cause Dadda took some video. It’s ok that he did that, cause he didn’t use flash photography. They said before the show that it bugs the dinosaurs. I’ll have him put the video on my blog tomorrow or maybe the next day.

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This one is for Jack Skellington. He’s my favorite Disney guy ever.

I was swimming in the pool at our hotel yesterday and I was teaching Weston how to get away from a shark if he ever needs to. I learned it on Discovery Channel. You don’t want to kick or splash too much because that will make him want to chase you. What you do is just swim slowly away. I didn’t see any sharks at the beach this week but it’s good to know anyway.

Me and Weston just collected all kinds of shells at the beach. There was clams and oysters and even a dead Gary snail. I wish I could come there every single day. Dadda wishes he would have brought the surf board that he bought in San Diego. Mumma gives him a hard time about buying a surf board when he lives in Utah, but I don’t have a problem with it at all.

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