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Old 09-28-2005, 12:11 AM   #31
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Nice shots. Looks like you guys had a great time.
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Great pics...loved the Fly River! It would appear that a good time was had by all.
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Aw! I am so sad that I couldn't go!

Looks like you guys had so much fun! Great pics Andy!
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Awesome pictures! The Bronx Zoo looks way cooler than the Point Defiance Zoo!
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Wow! No wonder it took you so long to post that--you put comments on the pics! Go take a nap--you deserve it!! BTW~where is the red panada?
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Thanks!

I especially enjoyed the monkeys and their antics.

It took so long because Webshots forces you to upload one file at a time unless you download their software. So, I broke down and loaded their software and all the spyware that probably came with it. I was able to upload the whole mess as a batch - licketysplit!

I'll stick the red panda pic in there when I get home tonite. I wasn't too happy with it because he was facing away from me, and the monorail barely slowed down enough for me to get a shot. The zoo as a whole was fantastic, but the monorail was pretty disappointing - most of the animals were so far away, and the operators didn't stop to let passengers get a good look.
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The zoo as a whole was fantastic, but the monorail was pretty disappointing - most of the animals were so far away, and the operators didn't stop to let passengers get a good look.
As a long time visitor, I was surprised at the quickness of the monorail ride. In the past, the guide(s) would give a chance to view the animals and not rush through it. I believe the addition of the silly recording played in part in it as it is fairly new.
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Wow, those are really great photos! Thanks for sharing. It looks like it was a blast
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