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October 08, 2008


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Safe journey! I hope this break is good for you...and how interesting to go check out how things look now as compared to how they looked during the Depression with two folks who were there! I was lucky enough to see my great-grandmother's NJ chicken farm before it was sold to become the grounds of an enormous corporation. I think back on those farm memories a lot.

I don't know that I could manage a zoo. A farm, maybe, but I don't think I could deal with the people bothering my animals all day and putting their arms into the tiger enclosure...


Rook-y looks amazing! Way better than a pair of socks, I admit it.

That first quote you included is great; I can see why it resonated with you!

Have a safe trip. Did I count right? (6 women in a car on a long road trip) Oh boy. You're a brave woman.


Great news on the computer front, and Rook-y looks lovely. Have a wonderful and safe trip!

Deborah Robson

Six women in TWO cars. Big difference!

That bit about bothering the animals is covered in the book. Nicely dealt with. Also the arms in the tiger cages (or, more likely, jaguars getting altogether out of their cages . . . when it was a rundown zoo).


I made that trip (shorter) with my husband and my Aunt and Uncle. We learned so much about them and their life. Great fun. Enjoy


I'm so glad you can connect with family. Yes, if you do not know one another it's a bit of a crapshoot, but if you didn't do it you would regret having given up the chance.

Have a pleasant getaway.


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