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Message Subject >>>>Sustainable Living PLUS Canning and Dehydrating Food<<<<
Poster Handle Texan Buckeye
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We went to the zoo last year, but the new exhibits weren't open yet. We did get to see the baby elephant from a distance though. It's funny. The exhibits across the Trail were being updated this last time and the time before, it was under construction. We've never seen them!LOL I guess we need to go more often!
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye

Aw, that's a shame. Yes, you should come more often. My heart just breaks for the critters though. Makes me feel so bad for them. The polar bears have it a lot nicer now with their new place. They always looked so miserable.

Things haven't seemed the same since Malaika, the old gorilla, died a couple years ago. The gorillas learn people. She used to see me and make motions for me to reach in my bag. I took toy cell phones, books, string, small stuffed toys, etc. She loved to look at kids picture books and would press her face close to see the pages and make motions to turn the page. I loved that gorilla. LOL.
 Quoting: Nine's

One of my old grade school teachers is a docent there. She looks the same, I'm the one that looks old!LOL

I remember Malaika. She was amazing. I found some old pics of the two oldest kids when their daycare went to the zoo. They still had the petting zoo back then and the goats kept trying to chew on the toddlers! Great fun!
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