By the time we went to dinner it was pouring down rain. We decided to take our umbrellas and walk anyway.
The next day we took a long drive on a curvy, bumpy, narrow road up and down a mountain. We were going to a place where you can learn some trapeze tricks. Before we began learning about the trapeze he invited us into his house. It was incredible because artists from all over the world contributed to decorate the house. They built furniture, painted murals and built his bathtub and showers. Jonathan, the owner, and his wife are both acrobats. He used to own large trapeze training schools all over the US. His wife is a famous performer and still travels all over the world. Her specialty is arial acrobatics (silks).
At first I thought it was terrible. It was scary climbing the ladder because it was really narrow, hurt my feet and I had to climb to a high distance. Then when I had to grab the bar it stretched my arms out because it was so far away. After the first try I was ready to do it again. We all did it 6 times and the grand finale was the grab and catch!
As I was relaxing at home exhausted from the trapeze Mom and Dad noticed Coco and her baby coming to the door. A door to Ryan's room is outside by the front entry and he hadn't closed all the way. Coco discovered and she and her baby went in! So Ryan got a banana and lured her out of the room. It was easy to do.