I am thankful to be able to see animals that I would never see otherwise.
Making a plan of
attack sightseeing. These two crack me up.
The flamingos were beautiful. The one directly in the center was
talking to me the entire time I stood there!
The polar bear. There were two I believe but one was on the waterfall
and we could not see him. The one in the photo was sleeping up on
Trails with poo
Trails from tails and poo from the roo's!
Oh the giraffes. We were quite close to them and it was amazing!
This little one played with the barrel in the water and finally pushed
the barrel out and ran about playing with the barrel.
Bill said he could ride a zebra. So anyone that has a zebra and wishes
to donate it to the farm...
The rhino. I loved this photo that was my first view of ever
of a rhino in such closeness.
Hippos. You can't really see them, because I was watching them
for a while before I remembered the camera. There was a baby
hippo in the water and it was so interesting to watch.
I came around the corner and saw this sign. I snapped a photo of it.
The gorillas were so large! I missed taking too many photos of them as
well, as I was watching them.
The gorilla area was the most crowded(with people)
and I wonder if the sign about the throwing things was
The zoo was wonderful. Not only did I enjoy the animals, but I loved watching the families with young children, and oh I loved how much thought and care went into the set up of the zoo. Stay tuned to another post as to why I seemed to always make Bill turn around and wait a moment until I caught up!