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"I don't think of all the misery, but of all the beauty that still remains." -- Anne Frank

354--California: Squirrel Hunting with the Family
@ CherieSpotting     May 25 2006 - 10:05 PST
Cherie writes: Family vacations are about the simple things in life like feeding peanuts to squirrels in the morning and hunting for moonstones in the afternoon.

This year we spent our family vacation camping along the shores of San Simeon in Central California. We raced bikes down lonely isolated roads, splashed in the ocean’s refreshing waves and told stories over a smoldering campfire. But of all the silly activities we did, just being together was the most fun.

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Feeding the squirrels in San Simeon, California.  (Yes, Kylie touched the squirrel!)

Feeding the squirrels in San Simeon, California. (Yes, Kylie touched the squirrel!)

Chloe and Tanner.

Chloe and Tanner.

Watching the squirrel, a mesmerizing experience.

Watching the squirrel, a mesmerizing experience.

Some say it's just a rodent with a fluffy tail.

Some say it's just a rodent with a fluffy tail.

If you feed them very slowly, they won't bite off your hands.

If you feed them very slowly, they won't bite off your hands.

Kylie and Greg arrive with another bag of peanuts.

Kylie and Greg arrive with another bag of peanuts.

The nutty critters take the food right out of your hand.

The nutty critters take the food right out of your hand.

At 3-years old, Kylie is only a novice squirrel-catcher.

At 3-years old, Kylie is only a novice squirrel-catcher.

The whole family joins in for snack time.

The whole family joins in for snack time.

Did he brush his teeth this morning?

Did he brush his teeth this morning?

Teaching squirrels to do tricks.

Teaching squirrels to do tricks.

This is Michelle's favorite camping activity.

This is Michelle's favorite camping activity.

Sisters Cherie and Michelle.

Sisters Cherie and Michelle.

Open mouth, insert nut.

Open mouth, insert nut.

Mac gets serious about catching a squirrel.

Mac gets serious about catching a squirrel.

The cuddly rodent is no match for Mac's quick reflexes.

The cuddly rodent is no match for Mac's quick reflexes.

Hey little guy...come over here.

Hey little guy...come over here.

Michelle and Ellie.

Michelle and Ellie.

They're cute until they bite.

They're cute until they bite.

Ellie and Michelle.

Ellie and Michelle.

Little paws and little fingers.

Little paws and little fingers.

The squirrel-catcher in disguise.

The squirrel-catcher in disguise.

Tanner with crazy hair.

Tanner with crazy hair.

Determined Ellie swings hard.

Determined Ellie swings hard.

Ellie whacks the ball out of the campsite.

Ellie whacks the ball out of the campsite.

Mac takes one in the belly.

Mac takes one in the belly.

The ball connects on the next pitch.

The ball connects on the next pitch.

And it's a home run!

And it's a home run!

Mom and Chloe.

Mom and Chloe.

Tanner.

Tanner.

Kylie.

Kylie.

Chloe.

Chloe.

Ellie.

Ellie.

The Beu family.

The Beu family.

Dad with Tanner and Kylie.

Dad with Tanner and Kylie.

Chillin' with the grandkids.

Chillin' with the grandkids.

Looking for moon rocks.

Looking for moon rocks.

Tanner, Cherie and Ellie.

Tanner, Cherie and Ellie.

Mac, Michelle and the kids.

Mac, Michelle and the kids.

Dad helps Kylie build a rock structure.

Dad helps Kylie build a rock structure.

It's a work of art!

It's a work of art!

The proud builder.

The proud builder.

Dad and Kylie.

Dad and Kylie.

Tanner and Ellie.

Tanner and Ellie.

That water is cold.

That water is cold.

Mom and Dad.

Mom and Dad.

Mac and Michelle.

Mac and Michelle.

A little turtle.

A little turtle.

Pushing "the kids."

Pushing "the kids."

Not too big for a stroller yet.

Not too big for a stroller yet.

Going for a walk.

Going for a walk.

Kylie and Mom.

Kylie and Mom.

Following the kids.

Following the kids.

Chloe on her bike.

Chloe on her bike.

My dad can fix anything with duct tape.

My dad can fix anything with duct tape.

Greg and Kylie.

Greg and Kylie.

Mac and Chloe.

Mac and Chloe.

Cherie, Dad and Michelle.

Cherie, Dad and Michelle.

Ellie.

Ellie.

Ken at the camp fire.

Ken at the camp fire.

Ken demonstrates "how to huck a hatchet."

Ken demonstrates "how to huck a hatchet."

Chloe and Tanner.

Chloe and Tanner.

Cherie and Greg cooking breakfast.

Cherie and Greg cooking breakfast.

A seagull got to the eggs before Cherie did.

A seagull got to the eggs before Cherie did.

Michelle and Chloe.

Michelle and Chloe.

Kenny takes out the trash.

Kenny takes out the trash.