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... but after meeting Ted and Honey and Holly and Lucky, I quickly saw that they have. Ted was gregarious, loved the water while Honey was grumpy and liked to be alone. Even though Ted and Honey had been raised together as pets, they were so different. In some States, bears are allowed to be kept by the public with the right permits. Ted and Honey's owners had raised them but their insurance had changed and ...
... was used in many bridges etc and nearly all the skyscrapers in New York.
There is also an underground physics lab here which does experiments here. It was about detecting nuetrinos and meurons.
In the afternoon we visited the International Wolf Centre. This is a non-profit organisation which aims to educate the public about wolves and to take the fear away about them. There are 4 wolves and you can watch then ...
... Falls. My current thoughts on stairs:
- hold on, let me catch my breath
- might be a lottle out of shape
- my knees even hurt when descending, why??
... I had a superbly sunny day; the water was clear and blue, and yet the trail was quiet. Plenty of great overlooks to enjoy. Besides an area being used by rock climbers, every person I encountered on the hike seemed to be in a zen-like state. Relaxed, soaking in the sun, and listening to the waves of Superior. I guess this inspired me to take a few self-portraits along ...
... if checking for others, then asks me in a whispery voice, "what's the password?"
The look on my face - part confused, part amused - must have said it all, as she followed with, "nevermind, this must be the wrong spot!" and was gone.
At the end of the trail, I find this: