Overnight at the Aquarium

As a kid at heart, when I learned that the local Aquarium does overnight stays, I knew I had to do it. Unfortinately, as they only open up about 30 slots per overnighter, they fill up fast. I missed my chance at the first few, but finally got lucky & in March I drug both my sleeping bag & Brian to the aquarium for an overnight adventure.

The behind the scenes tour into the food preparation room and above the shark tanks was certainly the highlight of the night.

Full lobster shed
Behind (and above) the scenes

Due to the small size of the aquarium here, I’m not sure that I would go again, but if given the chance for the experience somewhere like the Baltimore Aquarium, I’d jump on it in a heartbeat.

I just adore this little guys teeth


4 thoughts on “Overnight at the Aquarium

  1. Donna Kauper says:

    How cool! You are certainly continuing to add new adventures since you have left Alaska. Sounds like you and Brian are doing well. We are too in Wisconsin, although not traveling now. Take care. Donna

      • Donna Kauper says:

        Yes, we are well. No travel this year. Doing a lot of home improvement tasks. Where do you live? Still geocaching? We are during the COVID, often with our granddaughter. Such fun. No geocache bash this year in West Bend. Darn! TBs are not moving either or to be found. Do you have some out there? We had 4.
        Take care. Donna from Wisconsin

      • theycallmeholly says:

        We’re still in Albuquerque, NM for the foreseeable future. I’ve found a job here that I really love. Brian finally got himself out of government work, so we can finally live where we please. Not much geocaching for me these days. Not gonna lie, the creepy crawlies of this desert landscape has kept me from it. 🦂 🐍 I hope you guys are finding lots for me!

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