The Family (Or most of them)

The Family (Or most of them)
The Family

June 9, 2010

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I have no idea what this post is about. It includes the laughable stupidity of the pic illustration above.

Plus also the contentment of me and my two kids below, who I took a few years ago to Caddy Lake in Ontario by invite of my brother Gerry and his wife Kim. We had a great time with them and their kids, Josh and Matthew.
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It includes a dose of perspective, which I;m learning a lot about.

It has very little to do with anything, but here's a shot of a baboon attempting to hide in a wildlife park. Of course, it isn't wild inthe least; it's trained to beg for sustenance. So am I.
Here below is a pair of mating baboons. Note their happiness together.




This above is after me and Donn, that smuck, capsized my canoe at Wallace Lake many moons ago. We had been drinking, of course.

7 comments:

  1. Anonymous4:23 AM

    You begging for sustenance? I beg to differ!!
    Elisabeth

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  2. I'm begging for something...:-)

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  3. When are you going to show us the flip side of that last photo?

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  4. MJ: Ha! Would you, if it was you? ? I doubt it.

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  5. Every time I see monkeys at the zoo, they're usually sleeping or nodding off--probably because it's noon and hot and they just had lunch. Chimps freak me out now, esp. since all those chimp attacks on humans...but hey, they're wild animals that shouldn't be kept as pets. Just like I'm not surprised when people who keep tigers as pets get mauled by them--ya kinda had it coming.

    Did you and Donn strike an iceberg with your canoe, causing it to capsize?

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  6. ErosWings:

    No, we didn't strike an iceberg, but if I recall, he can barely swim and I used to swim competitively. He's a goober like that monkey, in any event.

    Hope things are treating you well in Texas. Donn is barely higher on the evolutionary scale than a chimp. Plus, he has the brain power to match. Ha! Ha! Ha!

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