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Saturday, June 07, 2008 


A few words on the Great Elephant Breakout on Culpepper & Merriweather that's been much in the news. As reported the elephants took off in the midst of a major storm and in reaction to tornado sirens and an inflatable slide torn from its mooring by the wind. All's well that ends well.

We recognized Dougie's elephants when they showed the picture on the news. I am making a guess as to which one they had to tranquilize to coax...in my experience that would have been Congo. She's a mean old girl when she wants to be. Kamba, on the other hand, would follow anyone with a bag of apples to share. Sweetest disposition of an elephant I ever saw.

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