Carrage Ride

Trip Start Jun 29, 2006
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Trip End Mar 27, 2007


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Thursday, July 6, 2006

Today we went non a carrage rise with Matthew, out guide.

We saw many animals, (basically everything we ate at out BBQ!).... we even got to see the Giraffe!

We got to stop off at the Breeding Project.... my goodness, Max is massive, him and Lulu have been busy, she is preggers.... she had four cubs 4 months ago!

Mickey, Milo and Puma look in very good health.

Amy, Elsa and Amber looked fantastic, so much bigger.... they all greated you at the fence, it was a bit heartbreaking knowing this beautiful lions will not ever be walked again, and will spend the rest of their days behind a fence, but is all for the good of the project!

Maxwell, Arthur, Luke and Mufasa looked bery handsome indeed, I was very impressed to see them lloking as fine as they do.

.... in all honesty, popping into the Breeding Project was better than the carrage ride!

Random Question: What is the difference bewteen a Spiders Web and a Cob Web?
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big_sis
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Difference between a spiders web and a cob web?
The simple answer is that there is no difference between them.

OBVIOUSLY, spiders make spiderwebs, hence the name, and in comparison 'cobs' OBVIOUSLY make cobwebs.

No i am not mad! With a little help from Jeeves you can find that 'cob' or 'coppe' is the Middle English word for spider, dating from about the 14th century. And the term spiderweb was a much later introduction to our language in around 1649.

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j-harris
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Cobwebs?
I'd associate cobwebs with old spiders webs that has been long vacated, rather than new ones. :)

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