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The Barbezieux

And a voice was
not long after is coming
through the paneling on the
door, he opens the door and looks for
it’s source and follows the wires, runs past moon and branch… 89 more words

Giant Reflections

I have been working on this piece for a couple of months and finally I completed this today right in time to submit for the CPSA  International show. 98 more words

Color Pencil

A birthday quilt

Our gorgeous niece turned one yesterday! I can’t believe it’s a whole year since Poppet was born. In honour of her first birthday I made a quilt which I’ve called “Elephant Walk” 63 more words

Ready, steady, jump! by Jeanne Willis; illustrated by Adrian Reynolds (2015)

So that’s one of the weirder questions I’ve posed to google, “Why can’t elephants jump?” The best answer I found is this video, not technically an answer but too good not to share. 197 more words

Read Aloud Preschool

A trip of a lifetime-Safari in Kenya and Tanzania

After going to South Africa, Zambia, and Zimbabwe in 2013, we were itching to go back to Africa to see even more of the most diverse and wild continent in the world.   668 more words

Travel

Sri Lankan Traffic Jams

Wherever you live, chances are that you probably deal with traffic congestion on a weekly basis.  I HATE traffic jams!  For me, I’m not sure if there are many other things in life that are much worse.   355 more words

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UK makes another mockery of CITES trade agreement

http://wildlifenews.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/elephant-foot-400×300.jpg – The day after a court laughed at the seriousness of trading in endangered tiger parts by issuing a community service order to a tiger parts trader the police in the UK have joined in the mockery by giving a caution to an elephant feet trader. 14 more words