Maybe I was? Funny because I have a couple of slightly pointed teeth, and I was sure, (when I was younger) that it was a sign that I was. I'm sure most of us homo sapiens all have slightly pointed teeth I guess, but as a child it was a secret I kept all to myself.
We went by the snow leopard, but she apparently was shy, hiding behind a log up on a cliff. We walked past the barnyard, (goats, sheep, zebu), walked through a winding trail where we saw a bald eagle, bears, a dancing skunk? Not sure why the skunk was dancing?
Take a look.
After that we went into the insect and reptile building. Pretty cool, especially those large hissing cockroaches. Did you know that there are 200 million insects per every human on the planet. Yeah seriously creepy. Considering the planets population is something like 6,775,212,350. Yeah that's right, holy crap! I got this number from here http://www.census.gov/main/www/popclock.html
A pop clock, seriously? So that's where all our taxes are going. What would we do without that!
Anyway, so we passed the lama, and a few other exhibits. Past the Cougar, which is one seriously big cat. Meow!
We came to the jaguar, which is such a mystical and graceful animal. This Jaguar is less than a year old. What a an amazing animal. We got to see her eat a mouse for lunch, but I realized we overstayed our time when Jorgie kept saying,
"Can we keep going."
So that was our day. We drove home in traffic, almost got into a fender bender, April realized her imaginary air brakes in the passenger seat doesn't work......(we'll l have to get them checked at the garage. probably worn from overuse).
We ate at Friendly's, while singing like the commercial "I want to go to Friendly's" Just kidding about the singing, although Marcus did sing it a couple of times.
We got home around 8:00pm. It was fun. I didn't even get grumpy when waiting for that AAA guy.
Well that's it for today. Man, this took a lot longer than I expected.
Those are the Thoughts Of A George for today. Off to eat breakfast and then to make a cake. I'll show you how it comes out.
Until tomorrow, George