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Dances with Wolves Reenactment for My Quarter Century Birthday

March 27th, 2010 · 4 Comments · San Francisco · By: Casi

[flickr size=”small” float=”left”]http://www.flickr.com/photos/dancoulter/4467820634/[/flickr] Minus the buffalo. (Un)fortunately we couldn’t find them in Golden Gate Park. Obviously we wouldn’t make good Indians or a good Kevin Costner. Have I told you that half my stuffed animals were named Kevin Costner as a child? The other half were named Patrick Swayze. I can’t believe my mom let me watch Dirty Dancing and Dances With Wolves as a kid. But, oh how I love her for it. Still two of my all time fave movies. LONG LIVE BLUE DINOSAURS NAMED PATRICK SWAYZE/KEVIN COSTNER!!!!


Last Sunday was a big day for me. First of all, it was my quarter century birthday. I still don’t know how to feel about that. I guess I should feel all kinds of ra-tard since now I’m a 25 year old woman who just ordered a t-shirt from Threadless that says “Rub Me On Your Butt” (I will be tackling mailmen Wednesday morning for my package!) But, whatev-sauce! (oh yea, and I’m a 25 y/o woman who says “Whatev-sauce” and expects people to not judge her for it).

[flickr size=”small” float=”left”]http://www.flickr.com/photos/dancoulter/4467046963/[/flickr] The best part about turning 25 was I did actual archery! Like with a real bow and arrow and everything! Ed the Asian Archery Master schooled us on the basics and actually let us roam free with a bow and arrow on our backs for a full 24 hours! We were like modern day Indians on a hunting trip through GG Park. Luckily for the buffalo, we have very poor tracking abilities! With my mad Wii Archery skills, I was able to get a bulls eye twice! Some say it was luck, but I think they may have underestimated my Wii Archery awesomeness.

After ending hours filled with rogue arrow searching we headed over to the Park Chalet, where we parted crowds. I’d like to think it was for my birthday, but I’m thinking it may have been the intimidating archery equipment we had strapped to our backs.

All in all it was the best day ever which was ended with some intense New Moon watching. Yes, I’m 25!


Take a look at the adventure filled day we had:
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