What I did on my Galapagos Break
On my Galapagos Break I went to Wal-Mart.
Down the road from Anne’s family’s lake house is the only place to go shopping up there: Wal-Mart. This is the only Wal-Mart I have ever been to, but I have been many times. My favorite section is the “Hunting/Outdoorsman” aisle. They have real guns there that you can buy, and camouflage everything. You can also buy groceries, furniture, and ladies’ undergarments.
When we went this November, I got myself a rugged green fanny pack with cup-holders. It came with two water bottles, to keep in the cup holders, but I also got myself a matching green tea cup. I’m pretty sure the fanny pack cost $7, so I feel pretty good about it.
Back at the house, we spent all day making chickens. We made chicken on a string(you tie the chicken up and hang it from a tree near the fire) and beer can chicken. Beer Can Chicken is where you open a can of beer and shove it up the chicken’s privates. Then you just cook it like that. We also invented a dish called America Sauce. It’s so easy. It’s just beef fat, hamburger crumbles, and melted American cheese. You should try it.
In the morning, we played laser tag. I geared up in my camo jacket, hiking boots, and brand new fanny pack. I put a bottle of water in one cup holder, and a hot tea in the other – just in case I got stuck in the woods while we were playing. I put some tissues in my fanny pack, also just in case. Let me tell you, I was pretty tough. Anne & Sean were a deadly team. I laser sniped the crap out of Will, and ran him up the hill until he got tired. I ran so much that I thought I peed my pants, but it turns out that I just spilled tea all over myself from my hardcore laser tag style.