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Enjoyed golf at Firecliff yesterday but it was a public resort course which usually means benign rough and wide fairways (can't have the customers losing their balls). Saw jack rabbits and cotton tails, and heard coyotes as the afternoon waned. There's so many golf courses in the desert region, more or less in suburbia, but the designers craft it so you don't see houses or roads, or even hear traffic noise. Very ...
... speeches, good food, and beautiful people. It was so nice to meet Jonathan's family. Cindy even came up to me during the dancing, calling me by name and saying how happy she was to see me. I hope she and Steve are happy together-- their wedding was flawless. The Tilleys are good people.
After partying into the night, we took the shuttle back to the hotel and just plopped right into bed. I was exhausted.
... and rain – we almost forgot what that felt like.
There was a paint store in the strip mall across the street, but they didn’t sell spray paint. We kind of suspected they wouldn’t as you don’t typically see spray paint at paint stores – ironic.
... people on preservation and conservation, but we feel not all animals have to be represented in zoos, especially those animals that need lots of room to run and need larger social groups, i.e., the larger cats, cheetahs, lynx, elephants, rhinos, giraffes, and even these poor reindeer.
Next we took the Skyfari gondola from the Northern Frontier to the front entrance. We enjoyed this ride and miss it at Disney.
From this stop, we could ...
... 8220;The Sorcerer’s Workshop" where they could practice animating on a long thin strip of paper. They could then put the strip in a barrel, spin the barrel and see their piece come to life. They practiced on a few sheets of paper until they were satisfied.
That room led into another, “The Beast’s Library.” This offered an interactive book where you answered questions about yourself and then it served up ...