I think most of San Diego was at the park, but we still enjoyed ourselves, even with all the crowds. The Fleet has a fun exhibit on color.


We spent the night and enjoyed the water slides for a few days. The brick at Angels Stadium we got the boys for their birthday was finally installed, so we went and visited it.


At first, you just think you are looking at a bunch of dead leaves, until your brain realizes some of them are moving.


The boys had fun burying each other.


It still feels like home here, even after all the years away.


Enjoying the sunshine on Stearns Wharf and around downtown.


National Parks and Monuments are free to enter on Veterans Day, so we spent part of this one at Cabrillo National Monument. After walking along the cliffs, we enjoyed a beautiful sunset.


Connor had fun trick-or-treating with some of his old Turtleback friends. Gavin thought he was too old to trick-or-treat this year.


All seasons have to come to an end, but Gavin had a really great one. He got to make some new friends, hang out with old ones, and really improve his skills.


Connor and his teammates got to dress up in their Halloween costumes and play a game of baseball. It was pretty hilarious watching them run the bases.


We started off the day watching Gavin play baseball, and then finished it by celebrating Halloween at the San Diego Zoo.


The San Diego Archaeology Center had a free workshop where you got to learn how to make clay pottery. We had fun making our creations, then checked out their museum section afterwards.


Connor got to play in the tournament with some of his teammates. Gavin is also on Crush but the high school kids didn’t get to play. He got to cheer and enjoy the beach instead.


The boys having some fun while I play with my camera.


Connor is continuing at Oak Valley Middle School and Gavin is returning to Del Norte High School. I hope you have a wonderful school year!