November 10th, 2020

krazy koati

And we'll all mark time as we go

(Holding bunny_hugger.)


Busy weekend. Busy today. Busy tomorrow. Filler for now.

In watching 60s Popeye: Giddy Gold --- and wait, could Popeye return to the comics page? Also, the cartoon has a special guest star just for bunny_hugger.

In looking back over my mathematics blog I'm Using my A to Z Archives: Unbounded, which is about what you'd think from the name.


Now let's look at Michigan's Adventure as it stood in August 2019.

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The llamas would like to join the conversation but don't know what to say.


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There, that's the wide-eyed look of panic I have when anyone leaves a comment on any of my blogs.


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I did not realize my camera had a ``photograph a duck so you can see every cell in every feather'' mode but I'm glad it does.


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And now finally, the bunnies!


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The rabbits were hanging out quite near and, you see, technically behind the fan. Also I guess they're not interested in chewing wires.


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Spotted some wild nature too! This chipmunk was hanging around the petting zoo.


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Chipmunk laying low until they're sure they have something worth eating.


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Chipmunk enjoys a quick meal while the bird stands guard.


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Oh, bunny's chinned the fan, now it's hers.


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Rabbit taking a moment to groom her feet.


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Lick lick lick lick lick lick lick.


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And a bit of mutual nuzzling, now. More bunny pictures to come.


Trivia: In 1905 Richard Sears launched a promotional project in Iowa, offering customers there premiums in exchange for their distributing catalogues to 24 friends. This ``Iowaization'' worked so well it expanded to all of America and quite made the catalogue business work. Source: The Grand Emporiums: The Illustrated History of America's Great Department Stores, Robert Hendrickson.

Currently Reading: On The Shoulders Of Titans: A History of Project Gemini, Barton C Hacker, James M Grimwood.