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Old Jun 24, 2013, 12:05 AM   #11
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It is nice to see that you are fine Fred.

So, are you ready for another cruise?

How did you like it?
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Old Jun 24, 2013, 7:01 AM   #12
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Thanks for letting us know, Fred. The Calgary flooding dropped off of the radar screens of news reporters in the US. Presumably because you couldn't tie it to some sort of scandal - that should be a lesson to you folks there.

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The Big cats are in different enclosures at higher grounds
I'm really disappointed that they didn't end up in the jail cells that folks were contemplating. I still think that would have been a life-changing experience for anyone who got arrested during the flood.

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Old Jun 25, 2013, 2:41 PM   #14
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It is nice to see that you are fine Fred.

So, are you ready for another cruise?

How did you like it?
Thanks folob
cruise was GREAT
another cruise
With all that's happening here . YES today would be perfect

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I'm really disappointed that they didn't end up in the jail cells that folks were contemplating. I still think that would have been a life-changing experience for anyone who got arrested during the flood.



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I am also disappointed. I would have paid money to see large cats in the city's jails. Especially with the Looters
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I am also disappointed. I would have paid money to see large cats in the city's jails. Especially with the Looters
Yep. "Yo, Looter, how'd you sleep last night? You don't look very rested."
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Another UPDATE

Buddy and I tooka drive to 3 nice river parks in Calgary this morning hopeing 1 was open.
They were all Indefinitely Closed due to the flooding 3 weeks ago
Just from what I can see from the road, my favorite , The Inglewood Bird Sanctuary got hit the hardest .
Its almost gone. I hope most of the critters made it OK
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