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Baby elephants are always a big crowd-pleaser and Taronga Zoo has three at the moment, including one born last year and filmed in the You Tube video below, showing off all their best tricks. Stand by for an “Awwww” moment.
Now, it’s time to share the images for the next two weeks for those who need a little longer to ponder on the direction they’re going with their contribution. Alan will be sailing back to us tomorrow, so next week I’ll be handing back the Sepia Saturday reins to him. Thanks for all the encouragment and kind words; it’s been fun.
The 1947 shot shows a battleship then being added to the San Jacinto monument near Houston. Commemorating 2 wars.
Sorry, it was apparently 49.
Hi. Well, I do have three posts this week.
#1 is of the vintage childrens book, The Saggy Baggy Elephant and is too sweet.
#2 is another postcard packet, this time of Texas c. 1940's.
#3 is a Tin Pot Valley story about an elephant coming to visit the Jesse and Cynthia Applegate farm.
Hope that you enjoy your 4th of July, if your are in the states, and that you all have a wonderful weekend. I think that we are leaving this morning for a long awaited camping trip, and I'll be by to catch up and visit when we get back home.
I feel as though I’ve been on safari!
I’m in stitches too!
How can you have a zoo be without elephants?
And can I say, on behalf of myself and all Sepia Saturday participants, a massive thank you to Marilyn for being such an excellent curator in mt absence. I am not sure that I will get time to join in with SS 133, but I will be back with the call for SS 134 early next week. Now, I have a lot of catching up to do ...
I actually have an elephant photo!
Let's not speak of the elephant in the room. Mine is outside and part of the circus parade!
My elephants are observing my grandfather and cousin at the zoo in 1956.
I got to thinking circus...zoo...peanuts...nuts! I have the World's Fair from 1939.
Some baby elephants on an old postcard from me this week
I've posted a "Jumbo" sized post this week. Thanks to Howard for sparking my memory of this local attraction after reading his post in "Postcards Then and Now."
Not elephants but "Trunks"
I have stretched the elephant theme a little, but I'm in this week.
Another vintage postcard for today's post. This time it's The Bird Park at Santa Catalina Island, California.
Elephants, British seaside-style :o)
Actually had elephant photos but nowhere to be found so although not an old story a real life baby elephant story. Kind of late this week, I am.
At first I could not think of anything, and then I found an old piece of card with a safety pin from when I was little...
Elephant photo? CHECK! :-)
I did, in the end, find an elephant. I am on the road this weekend so my commenting will have to wait a while, but I'm hoping this will be my return to Sepia Saturdays as a regular thing.
This is my first post to Sepia Saturday. I hope my cards are old enough!
I've tried again. Hope this works well.
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