The most favorite thing we do when we visit the Zoo is feeding the Animals. Some of you might think that its gross, but for us, its the most fun thing to do in the Zoo. You don’t have to worry about germs, or bacteria from the Animals, because here in US, you will find a washing area in every corner.
Here in Donegal Zoo, almost all animals can be fed. You can buy their goodies at the Entrance area for only a few cents. I cant remember the exact amount but it was not that much, the fun and the excitement of the kids in feeding the animals is worth it. Check out the stack of photos below, the guys are busy feeding the Goats, Kangaroos, Monkeys, and Horses.
Check out the Monkeys. They are really smart. In front of their fence is a bucket hanging on the stick with a string attached on it on both end, its like a Pulley. If you wanna feed them, just pulled the string to get the bucket, then drop the their goodies in the bucket. It’s so funny, because the monkeys will pull the string right away, to get their goodies. My kids was laughing so hard seeing the monkey pulling the string. They are truly a very smart animal. It was fun to watch them and feed them.
How about you? Do you like feeding the animals in the Zoo?
This is my Tuesday Travels entry for this week, BLog Photo Challenge 332/366 and Camera Critters
I have mentioned in my other blog about our little trip to Philly a couple of days ago. It was my first time to drive thru the City. Hubby usually go around the city to avoid its busy life. So when his GPS took him there, he cursed so bad at this GPC for taking him there, that it could have take him around it.(lol!).
Ive never been to Philly, so I was secretly smiling and thanking the GPS that I was able to see the City.
Below is my snapshot SOOC.
Im also linking this to Scenic Sunday
This is the old house of Pierce-du Pont situated in the middle of 1077 acres in Longwood Gardens, Kennett Square, PA. It’s the oldest building here in Longwood. It was built by Joshua du Pont in 1730. Now this is serve as a Museum here in Longwood Gardens, I bet the inside is full of historical facts about the Du Pont Family. We didnt take a peek inside because the kids might go berserk and touched everything insight. lol! We just admired its old structure from the outside and the beautiful flowers that surrounded the place. If you wanna see whats the inside of this house, you can check out this link.
Anyhow, photo above was taken last Spring Season 2011. This was our second time to visit this place, and hoping to visit it again this year.