They are going into the water, or the bathroom, same thing. They're on a date and they are going out to dine in the water. They are looking for seals and they are escaping the zoo. One is going east and the other is going west so they must be a couple. You're right; they are escaping the zoo on a date. Barbara thought they could be looking for a home if they are having a baby penguin. They look both ways to cross the street. Dave said, "Well it's not a street. It's water. They're probably going to take a shower in the water." They'd never been in a a big ocean before. They're trying to figure out how to get from that chunk of ice to the other. Sandie said they are standing on sand before they jump in the water. "It's just the two of them, they have no friends," said Kathy. "They have nobody with them so it must be lonely." Maybe they're trying to figure out which way to get to Antarctica. "Quack! Quack! Quack!" sounded Dave. Ed said, "They never talk to me." She said, "Let's go this way." He said, "No, let's go this way." He said, "Your tail is longer than mine." They hear the ocean. The water. The waves crashing. Kathy wonders if there are birds. (Henrique makes the sound of dripping water.) Dave whistles. It smells fishy, like dead fish. The further they get away from the shore, the fresher the air gets and it's not so fishy. Dave said that the penguins are different from each other. The penguin on the right has white all the way down to his feet but the other on the left, not so much. So one is a mail and the other is a female. Barbara said that one is prettier because she is female. "Bah humbug!" said Dave.