There are no egos in The Wild. Not for long, anyway
Nothing like a daily meet and greet with someone you know and love
The joys of parenthood. Even when it’s expecting parenthood. Expecting^10 parenthood.
Table for five, please.
Ah, the good life. To be able to kick back, relax, have a little nosh with some friends. We document behaviors we’ve seen through the generations. Sitting on one’s butt while eating, for example, goes back to the first raccoon who befriended us, Rocky. It’s fascinating to trace behaviors and physical characteristics back through generations … Continue reading “It’s horrible when you have peanut shells on your butt”