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Date:10/31/2014 2:20:22 AM
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Hi Aunt Samantha
Mom posted some pics from the National Aviary in Falco's gallery. The first one is of part of the penguin flock, these are South African birds who live outdoors all year long. The second is from the wetlands area of the aviary, it's a curassow, and if you can see, it has really curly feathers on its head. For those who are old enough to remember, mom calls it a Little Richard hairdo. The third is her favorite of all the pics she took on Saturday. It's the American Bald Eagles outside in the snow.
This morning, after shoveling the walk and driveway, mom went to water aerobics, then did only 10 measly laps. She figures she got the exercise by shoveling, though, as well as shivering. The heater in the car isn't working and the service department can't see it until Thursday. In the meantime, mom will continue to shiver. Hope you are having a nice warm day indoors and getting lots of love. Hugs, Peppino
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