Wildlife Encounters, episode “Frog”

Even on an island 3,000 miles away I cannot escape the wildlife. You would have screamed, too. Do not lie to me and say otherwise.

Taco time

And then the house smelled like a fiesta for days.

Aloooohh-haaaah!

What’s the Hawaiian expression for “I am going to pee on your couch”?

Finally some downtime

When they weren’t playing hide and seek, throwing frisbees, or constructing elaborate forts out of quilts.

Sarong song

When the obligatory souvenir hits the right note.

You smell Cheetos?

When we aren’t watching all our dogs get together and run around in a field full of crushed up corn chips.

Souvenirs

The dangers of introducing this kid to any type of animal. No one get her a stuffed opossum.

The barefoot master is back

A preview of what most of their evening meals will look like for the next several months.

Ruh-roh!

Yes, she’s watching more television, but at least she’s learning how to solve mysteries. From a gaggle of kids hanging out with a talking dog in a kidnapper’s van.

Sans lait

In those first few moments in the morning as they are rubbing the sleep from their eyes.