On Friday, Charles and I went to the Living Planet Aquarium. It was pretty fun for how inexpensive it was. Here Charles is smiling his best for the camera.
Here we have the funny fish that always swam left to right even though they always faced downwards.
This fish looked as though he was dipped in chocolate.
This string ray kept coming up the side of the wall trying to get me to touch him. I got quite scared and ran away. I don't care to pet things with the word "sting" in their name.
Here are the awesome, cool tiny sea horses. They looked very frail, but quite neat. There were some other larger ones in another little aquarium though.
This is the new penguin exhibit at the place. They were quite fascinating and fun to watch
On Saturday Charles and I went shooting with a few friends. Here I am shooting an AR15 (I think?)
We shot on a hill just above the southern tip of Utah Lake. It had been snowing/raining every where in Utah Valley except for right where we were shooting.
We shot a few different guns. Here I am shooting a 9mm Springfield and below Charles is shooting a 12 guage shotgun. He actually hit three clay pigeons on his first time shooting a shotgun!
After shooting Charles and I went out to eat with Corey Coombs (who we went shooting with) at Fuddrucker's. It is a little hamburger joint that has a "1lb challenge". It consists of eating a hamburger with a 1lb patty along with chilies cheese fries, a bowl of ice cream, and a glass of soda. I decided it would be fun, so I set out to do the 1lb challenge. The hamburger was nice and easy to get through along with the ice cream. The test really came with the fries with chili on it. I have done the 1lb challenge before with Charles' fire fighter friend and back then they didn't put chili on the fries and it was relatively easy to get through everything. But with the extra can of chilie on the extremely disgusting fries, it was hard. I am happy to say that I did finish the challenge and got a free t-shirt! We took the below photo at the Coombs home after we ate and that is their pug, Buda, in the picture with me.