TR From But I Dont Like The Mouse to Feel the Mouse Side Growing in You
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This is for everyone If you get the chance to do The Backstage Safari DO IT We LOVED IT Lucille loved it and considers it one of the best parts of the entire trip It is like #2 on her short list of things to do again if we go back (Stay tuned for updates on that front)
Next stop was Elephant housing bldg. Unfortunately the only thing going on here was cleaning out the pens that house the Animals. But the handler we met was a treasure trove of info. As expected most of the questions from our little group had to do with the Birth of little Jubali. She pointed out the larger enclosure that is used for birthing and proudly claimed that it was an all hands on deck for the birth. That while the others are aware of something major going on they watch but don't get too excited or stressed Having all the extra handlers on tap
The lack of Elephants was a bit of a bummer but as the closest you get is from a balcony on the upper level of the bldg. next to a series of offices with a few small display cases it was okay. Not every cm can be expected to be on stage all the time. From here it was time to get back into the van and go to the Vet areas you can see through the glass at Rafiki's Planet Watch. Again there is little going on. They explain that every year each of the animals gets a full physical. But today is a day where some of the more dangerous animals are being done so exposure to the public. But there are a few tamer types in for follow up check ups and the vets and assistants are more than happy to answer the questions we throw out. Then its off for your Private Kilamanjari Safari. Jayn was a great guide for the rest of the tour and great about Idenifying the animals we encounter but she needed a little help with the script for this . Not complaining her id's and info about the animals we are seeing more than made up for it. The last part of the tour is a film about the work of the Disney World Wildlife Fund and the projects they are working on and how to contribute to it and you get to make a choice as to where the portion of the tours cost that is contributed goes.
From here it is off to lunch at The Yak and Yeti. As we had time we took a tour through the Pangarin Forest.
Happy Turkey Day to everyone hopefully this afternoon will remain uneventful here at work and I can get back to this TR. Again HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO ALL if you meet someone that doesn't have a smile give them one of yours