A Day at the Zoo - A Day at the Zoo By Holly Limbaugh When...

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A Day at the Zoo By Holly Limbaugh When we finally arrived at the zoo one Saturday morning, I couldn’t believe my eyes. Cars were parked bumper to bumper, waiting for a parking spot. In my car, was my whole family; my mother, my father, and myself. We whipped into the most convenient parking spot, which was still a long distance from the entrance. I jumped out of the car and ran toward the entrance line, which was full of screaming children and impatient adults. Once I got to the end of the line I stood on my tip toes and looked at how long the line was. I took a gasp and started tugging on my moms pant leg and started to gripe at her. Then, after 10 minutes went by, we made it through the spinning gates. The moment I walked in, I could smell the animals and hear people conversing with each other. I jumped for joy when we first started walking into the main area of the zoo. My favorite animals to see were the monkeys, lions, cheetahs, and giraffes. Our first stop was at the monkey cages. I stood by the
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2010 for the course PHY 101 taught by Professor Higdon during the Spring '10 term at St. Ambrose University.

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