The grounds are beautiful and including this oddity! Have you ever seen such a tree?
I just looked it up, the fruit is edible, now I need to go back and try some, I have to say they looked delicious but I was afraid to sample one....remember Eve?
This is the fry we had come to feed, they were so cute and individual...
each one seemed to be dressed in a slightly different outfit. The project is manned by a local fly fishing group, the fish will be ceremoniously released next week, the aquarium includes a refrigeration unit.
Meet Tia, a turtle that was inherited with the classroom. Classroom pets are generally donated by families tired of taking care (or not) of their exotic purchases. This was the saddest case of neglect ever, poor Tia, thought to be a tortoise was given only lettuce which she could not eat, left in a barren aquarium to die. She was on her last leg when Mary took her to the vet and home last summer.
and personable.....(are you my mother?) She has rebounded and is getting the proper care now.
* I have to say, I fell head over heels over Tia and I asked my girlfriend if she left her position if she had planned to smuggle Tia out....OH YES she said without hesitation..
Then there are snakes, I say no thank you to snakes, I like native snakes in native places, the end....well all reptiles for that matter. I never feel good seeing a bird in a cage, an animal in an aquarium, a dog in a kennel etc....
* when my son was little I would let him observe a lizard for one day because it would miss it's family and friends too much after that :)
Friends with orreys!! Take it down, plug it in, turn off the lights!
* I didn't know she had one, but of course she would.
I hope your days are good...Much love, Ro