I was really surprised the girls were all willing to pet the snake. No fear in these girl scouts!
They asked a lot of questions about the snake and snakes in general. I love how these girls are always learning every time we get together.
There were tours going on and before we got to head on over there, we had to listen to a little presentation on what a Tide Pool was, how it was formed, what they may see and how to treat Tide Pools.
Here Skylar is showing us she found one.
Going in the water at the beach is so tempting to kids. So, I did promise we could have a fun day at the beach this summer.
That information seemed to satisfy the girls so they didn't mind not being able to go in right then.
Some of the girls wanted their picture taken alone with her. So, I clicked away as they took their turns sitting with her.
Here is Nikki.
Diana also wanted her picture with the mermaid. I can't blame her. After all, how many times do you really get this chance?
Skylar was happy to have to have her picture taken with her.
The other girls were happy with the group photo and decided they didn't want to be in a picture alone with the mermaid.
We moved over to the face painting station.
The girls always seem to enjoy getting their faces painted.
There were starfish, whales, mermaids and more painted on the girls.
Everyone worked up a hardy appetite so we went across the street to have lunch at Johnny Rockets.
It was a lot of fun. Not only did everyone enjoy their meal but the staff came out and danced for us.
When it was time to go, everyone seemed to be tired. Fresh air and exercise does that to you.
We all agreed that we had a blast and Earth Day Rocks!!!