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... and spitting all over my face. You know when It's really busy in hospitality and you start screaming 'ORDER UP' or something similar. He did that. The whole day. In my ear. While there was one customer. And everyone was chilling. I almost hit him, but I didn't so that's good, I pride myself in that. It was really fun as well. I like tapping beer. I don't know why but it's soothing. Oh and I did a duet with a 80 year ...
... br> up for the 9.45 feeding presentation). I found a dead cane toad in
the fountain by the lorikeet feeding station and Olly helped me get
it out. Everyone in Main soon realized that they didn't need three
helpers. Amy stayed and Olly and I were given to an ecstatic Sandy to
paint the large enclosure that used to house the pair of red-winged
black cockatoos and the elderly single varied lorikeet. Their
... hospital to see what I could do for my last hour. I said hello
to Nat, who seems to be the vet tech of the hospital. Galit
Rawlinson, a rather stern-looking rustic woman, is the vet. I
scrubbed out a rainbow lorikeet cage that was probably coated in
Beak and Feather Disease (PBFD), which causes lethal infections in
multiple organs. Needless, to say, I was mindfully thorough. I then
folded some dried laundry and swept and mopped ...
Caleb was very excited this morning and got himself out of bed well. We ate and got Caleb ready for his big day. The Redlands College location is about a ten minute drive from the motel and all seemed to be going well until we arrived at the address around 7:45AM. The place and the surrounding area looked a bit deserted. We drove around a bit then found another lady looking for the sports camp also. We wondered if it had been cancelled and ...
... anyway. They all stink of eucalyptus though, that's for sure. We came back through the koalas and headed to the African and Asian reserves. The camels had gone on holiday apparently so we didn't get to see them on the walk through but I was more excited to see the Tigers as I had religiously watched the show at home about how they had raised two cubs at one of the keepers homes before they got too big and had to be bought back to live at the zoo. I was always so jealous that ...