We had a great time on Saturday, walked around Lake Calhoun to a restaurant where we enjoyed some tableside guacamole (I think that's what they call it when someone else besides you makes it). Gavin wasn't so sure about the whole thing, but he does like the chips! While on our walk back, we discovered a new art form Rick dubbed "karancing," it involved clapping, drumming and what looked like slow-mo karate fighting. Sort of mesmerizing to be honest!
After some well-deserved naps, the adults were recharged for an evening out on the town, joined by Heather and Rick's good friends Jeff and Faye. We enjoyed some cocktails on the rooftop of a tapas restaurant called Solera, with a great view of the PowerBall billboard, too!
Best of all, Gavin got to spend some time with his cousins, learning how to make a space helmet out of common household items and of course getting a rousing rendition of "Where is Thumbkin?" going.