Miro’s Day 5-Jungle Diary [PHOTO ESSAY]

Miro’s Day 5-Jungle Diary [PHOTO ESSAY]
July 9, 2012 Miro Sevin Siegel

Day 5 –

Mom & Son In the Moment –The Jungle Nature Project

This is Miro’s diary of Day 5. To read more about this project, be sure to read the project overview.

See the Daily Diaries:

Miro’s  Diaries :    Day 1  |  Day 2  |  Day 3  |  Day 4  |  Day 5  |  Day 6  |  Day 7

Lainie’s  Diaries : Day 1  |  Day 2  |  Day 3  |  Day 4  |  Day 5  |  Day 6  |  Day 7

8:17 – Sun rises over the lodge and another day of adventure begins.

9:50 – Never knowing what to expect on the jungle floor, ants built a fresh dirt mound into a home.

10:14 – I had a stare down with this jungle monkey, guess who won?

11:28 – “Don’t you dare hit that wasp’s nest with your stick!” “Why not?” (a conversation between mother and son)

12:15 – An old tree branch becomes a home for new life. Completely fascinated by the vast array of mushrooms in the jungle. For some reason, I feel like eating a pizza.

12:04 – Mushroom count: 28

12:50 – Because of so many different types of mushrooms in the jungle, I have become a fat Italian plumber. Not really, but it’s fun to say. Think I’ll do some research when I get home.

12:56 m: Beautiful flowers. Nope, actually they are mushrooms. Mushroom count: 45

1:17 – Leaf Cutter ants, hard at work. Wonder what time they clock out?

2:05 – Best thing after a long Amazon walk: LUNCH!

3:54 – Taking a boat to an island to explore, but the island eerily reminds me of LOST! Wonder what’s in store!

4:22 – Wishing I had hunting skills like that.

4:30 – We’ve entered the perfect set for a horror movie.

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