On a nice summer’s day when we were both off from work, Hubby and I went to a park where there is a tiny zoo, a playground, a swimming pool, footpaths, public gardens where one could have a picnic, a watchtower and there was even the possibility to make a trip by boat, sightseeing on the huge lake next to this park. The park has paid entrance, but is rich in possibilities for Scavenger Hunt. Not having children in the primary school anymore, neither Hubby nor I took into account that it was an afternoon on which it could be busy with smaller kids and their parents. This just made it a bigger challenge to get a couple of Scavenger Hunt photo’s for different categories. The zoo was first on our list.
To my right there was a footpath leading back too where we came from and where some more animals were. Someone could come from that direction, but Hubby kept an eye on there. Behind Hubby the footpath continued around a bend. Just moments after He made the last photo, two mums, each with a pram and three kids running around with them, appeared in my line of sight. To my right was another cage and inside it, I could hear one of the zoo workers. They were busy cleaning the cages and feeding the animals. We strolled further, ready to find the next spot for Scavenger Hunt, but not before we entered the owl foliere through the double-doored entry. I thought it was time to flash my ass, knowing full well that someone could come through the door behind Hubby or in front of me.
With this post, I can tick off ‘zoo’ as one of my accomplishments for Scavenger Hunt
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