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Eating Beaver Tails on Mother’s Day

Eating Beaver Tails on Mother’s Day


– I’m your best buddy. – [Christopher] You are my best buddy. – And you’re mine. – [Christopher] Awe, thank you. (trumpet music) – Good morning everyone. Today, we are gonna go up in a gondola. How are you feeling about that? – I’ve done it before, and I feel like last time I hated it, but I, I don’t, I don’t know
how I’m feeling about it. It’s so beautiful, like I feel
like it should be just nice, and normal, and we’re gonna love it. And then, who knows, I
feel like once I get in it I’ll probably feel really uncomfortable. But it’s an experience, we should do it, and the kids will love it. – So, maybe not the best choice, on my part, for Mother’s Day. It is Mother’s Day today,
say Happy Mother’s Day to Jessica in the comments section. And we are here with Jessica’s mom, Julie. And that’s Parker. We’re way behind in our vlog, so if you, if you’re watching
this, and you’re going wait, it’s not Mother’s Day,
that was a long time ago, yeah I know, I know, I’m working on it. We’ll catch up, don’t worry about it. – We’re going on a gondola! Woo! – [Christopher] Are you excited? – Yeah! – [Christopher] How are you
feeling about it, Bailey? – Uhh, really excited, is there snow? – [Christopher] I don’t
know if there’s snow, we’ll find out. Do you hope there’s snow? – Yeah. – [Christopher] What
would you do with snow if you found it? – Umm, make a sandcastle. – [Christopher] A sandcastle? – Gondolas! – So, while I am feeling
pretty woozy about this whole sky ride experience, and
the gondola business, I did ask if there was
another way up the mountain, and the answer is no,
unless you like walk up it or something, I don’t even know. We’re not going there,
I’ll take the sky ride, but one reason why I’m
definitely going on this ride is because they have a
BeaverTails up there, and Beaver Tails are like my
favorite food in the world, at least from when I was in high school because they had one in Santa Barbara, and Christopher and I
used to go there on dates, and then, it closed down. I think we were the only people in Santa Barbara who tried it, but
we were like wildly into it, and we haven’t been to one again, since we were in high school, dating. So, this is gonna be a Happy Mother’s Day, romantic treat for me. – There was a lot of cinamonim involved. – [Jessica] Wait, what was
that, wait, wait, wait. – There was a lot of cinnamon involved. – A cim, cim-a-nim-a-nim? – Cimanin, no? – Cinnamon – Cim, cimon, cim – [Jessica] You say it weird, I promise. (jazz music) – [Christopher] Parker, where are you? – In a gondola. – [Christopher] You’re in the gondola? – Uh huh – [Christopher] Are you excited? – Uh huh – [Christopher] I’m excited. Jacob’s excited. – Getting so close,
we’re getting so close. – I’m in the gondola. I’m in the gondola. (upbeat music) – Alright, we made it to
the top of the mountain. How does it feel, Parker? How’s it feel? – Good. – Good, do you like it up here? – Uh huh – Let’s show em. This is what it looks like up here. We’re gonna go exploring. You ready to explore? What do you wanna see while
we’re up here, Parker? – Snow. – Snow? – Uh huh. – [Christopher] Okay. – So the kids found a baby, which, so far, is the most exciting thing
they, they’ve found up here, they’re, they’re enthralled. (jazz music) – [Jacob] He’s like – [Woman With Baby] He is
like awe what is going on. – [Bailey] Boing, boing,
boing, boing, boing – [Jessica] Parker wants to say hi, Bailey, can Parker say hi? – [Parker] Boing, boing,
boing, boing, boing. – [Christopher] Do you
think you’re a bicycle? – Yes! – [Christopher] You’re a bicycle? – Yeah. (jazz music) – [Christopher] Woah, what
are you guys doing in there? – We’re just in a tree. – [Christopher] You’re just in a tree? – Yeah, let’s go out. – [Christopher] You guys are in there. – Look, snow. – [Christopher] What did you find? – Snow. – The kids don’t know
that I came prepared. Hey Bailey. Awe, don’t throw snow at me. (giggling) – [Bailey] My hands are cold. – [Christopher] Are you gonna get me? Ohh, you totally got me. – My hands are freezing. – [Christopher] Your hands are freezing? (jazz music) – [Christopher] Did you guys make this? – Yeah! – [Christopher] What’s his name? – Fred. – [Christopher] Fred the snowman. Ohh, Jessica just got her Beaver Tail. – [Jessica] Hey! – [Christopher] What flavor did you get? – I got, I got the maple one. I feel like we used to
get the cinnamon sugar, and also the Nutella ones a lot, which I was very tempted to get, but I also wanted to try
this because I am in Canada, so I have to have maple, maple everything. – Maple everything. – Mmm! My goodness. Mmm, I love maple. I don’t know if I’ve
ever talked about that, how much I deeply love maple syrup, like real, real good stuff. – This is probably one of
the most indulgent things I’ve ever done. This is the one I got,
it’s Reese’s Pieces. Jessica had a bite, but I pretty much ate that entire Beaver Tail. I feel pretty sick right now. Also, proud of myself. Also sick, also pretty content, but also sick. – Baby bear! (jazz music) – I can watch those bears all
day, that was fascinating. I’ve never seen a grizzly bear up close like that before. I don’t think I’ve ever seen one, maybe I saw one at a zoo one time, but those were definitely the biggest and the closest, and they
are massive creatures, so cool. – I never wanna leave, I wanna build a little ice igloo and live here. – [Christopher] An ice igloo? – Uh huh. (upbeat music) – This is what it looks like at the top of the gondolas. It’s beautiful. (upbeat music) – Sun rise, sun rise, sun rise, sun rise – We’re having dinner, right Bailey? What are you having for
Mother’s Day, uh, dinner? – Lobster. – [Christopher] Lobster? – Yeah, thank you honey. – [Christopher] Julie what are you having? – I am having broiler base. – [Christopher] Big boy cup? Are you being very careful? – Mhmm, I am. I’m your best buddy. – [Christopher] You are my best buddy. – And you’re mine. – [Christopher] Awe, thank you. – Uh oh, I have little
sip, I’ll be right back. Hi, I’m back. – Today we went in snow. – Can you remember ever being in snow? – Mhm, just now. I’ve been in snow before,
but I can’t remember. – The last time Jacob was in
snow he was six months old, but Bailey seems to remember. – I was three, Parker’s age. – And, and you remember it? – I was in the snow, and it
was hard to make snow angels because snowflakes kept
falling on my face. – Yeah, it wasn’t snowing
while we were up there on the mountain, but there
was some snow left over from the last time it snowed. Did you have fun today? You like snow? (upbeat music playing) – Ahh, I like lobster! Woah, eyes! – [Jessica] You like the lobster eyes? – Uhh, yeah. – Hi, let’s talk about
what we learned today. We learned that it’s
important to take time in life to appreciate the little
things, like babies. We learned that, when you’re in Canada it’s a good idea to have maple everything. And finally, we learned that Parker really likes lobster eyes. Thanks for watching, everybody. We’ll see you next time. I got myself a giant cookie. – [Jessica] No you got use a giant cookie. – Get out of my giant cookie. – It looks like slightly
romantic and kind of weird. (laughing) – [Bailey] Let Jacob have some. – [Friend] That’s a good cookie. – How’s the cookie, is it good?

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