Chaperoning trip to the zoo

They wanted to go sit in direct sunlight plus admire the lions

This past June, I made the mistake of volunteering to chaperone our daughter’s third grade field trip. Her class was headed to the zoo for the afternoon, plus I thought it would be a superb opportunity to spend some time together… On the afternoon of the field trip, the outdoor temperature was already eighty-two degrees. I didn’t realize what a problem this would be until I saw that our transferation was a school bus. The school bus was not outfitted with air conditioner. For safety reasons, the windows only open a maximum of more than one inches. That bus was appreciate an oven on wheels plus the ride took forever. Between the lack of air conditioner plus awful shocks, I arrived at the zoo saturated in sweat plus with a migraine. I abruptly figured out that the zoo is mostly an outdoor arena. The exhibits are located in direct sunlight. There was no access to air conditioner. There wasn’t even any shade or a breeze to cool us off. The kids were warm plus irritated… My group kept drinking too much water plus needing to use the bathroom. When both of us finally meandered into the reptile exhibit, I never wanted to leave. Thanks to the needs of the snakes, iguanas plus other creepy reptiles, the building was air conditioned to a perfectly cool temperature. My child plus her friends were not all that glad with the reptile house. They wanted to go sit in direct sunlight plus admire the lions. I bribed them with a trip to the gift shop. The gift shop was also air conditioned.

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