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Date:4/17/2014 8:55:58 PM
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Good morning Polly and Zippy
Hello to all my BC friends. Casey here with today's blog. I was squawk-atieled all day on Sunday. It is working today so here I am with the continuing Adventures of Casey & Kiddo.
Thank you all for your votes of support. It means a lot to have such wonderful friends as all of you are to me.
Casey is startled by the amazing beautiful before him as he takes in the waterfalls, the vines and the lovely pond covered by water Lilies. Grabbing a close by vine, Casey climbs up to get a better look at the scene before them.
"Kiddo, come on up here. The view is amazing" Casey leans down and calls as loud as he could to be heard over the rushing waterfalls. Kiddo grabs a vine and carefully climbs up to where Casey is perched high above the jungle floor.
"Isn't it beautiful Casey?" Kiddo asks, smiling as he sees the wonder in Casey's eyes.
"It is indeed. I am so happy you brought me to this place." Casey carefully scans the leafy canopy for signs of danger.
"We better get moving on Casey" Kiddo says, starting to work his way back down the twisty vine. Casey sighs and follows closely.
With one foot on the ground, the other still clinging onto the soft green vine. Casey stops dead in his tracks. The air echos with his terrified screams of fear.
Kiddo looks quickly around the area where Casey is staring wide-eyed into the under growth.
" WAIT! DON'T BE AFRAID" comes the loud, unknown voice. " I won't hurt you my name isssssss.............."
Casey scrambles to reach the highest branch of the tree, from which the vine has entwined itself. Nervously looking down he sees that Kiddo has reached the jungle floor. Before Casey can call out to him, a HUGE monstrous-sized Tiger appears from the dark shadows. Kiddo stands watching as the Tiger plods towards him.
"KIDDO RUN!!!" Casey screams as he finds his voice. " Run! The tiger is going to eat youuuuuuuuuuuu!"
Casey covers his frightened eyes as the tiger reaches the place where Kiddo is standing. Kiddo disappears from view for but a moment then swings his leg over the tiger's broad back. The tiger roars and purrs with delight as Kiddo pats him on the head and shoulders.
"CASEY! CASEY! Come down here. Come meet my best friend George the Tiger. I brought him here, and created this jungle for his home when I was King of BC..."
see you tomorrow
love & votes
Casey 225323
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