I adore this photograph. I really do. It came up to me as we gazed lovingly into each other's eyes. It's less formally known as a coati (ko-ah'-tee)and is a member of the racoon family. I went to Madera Canyon for my ashiatsu massage (the kind she walks on your back) and ended up with my best photo of a coati. This is a gorgeous animal. Check it out in large.
I got a call this morning from the person who bought my photo during the Tubac Center of the Arts exhibit. She wants to see more of my work. So I asked her what she was looking for specifically. 'Foxes, raccoons and lemurs.' Lemurs? I asked her if she'd like a coati (I have some good ones) I wanted more to choose from, though. This guy was there when I arrived and hung around for a good long while. She wants me to send her a selection of my work by email. That just ain't happening.
Also saw lions and tigers and bears, oh my. Not really. But I did spy plenty of deer, birdies and bunny wabbits. All in all, a good day.
In other news...Four more sleeps until I spend a week up there. Also, I haven't gotten to the mono Monday entries yet but those I've seen so far have been very funny.
What did the judge say when the skunk came into his courtroom?
“Odor in the court!”
What do you get if you cross fireworks with a duck? Firequackers!
What has fangs and webbed feet?
What was the goal of the detective duck?
To quack the case, of course.
What happens when a frog’s car breaks down?
It gets toad.
What did one flea say to the other flea when they came out of the movies?
“Should we walk home or take a dog?“