Holding Lobsters at Wholey’s in The Strip District

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Diamond Dust in Ohio

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Smiley Bactrian Camel at The Wilds in Central Ohio

http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=free-propecia-from-online-drugstore-pharmacy  We’re so close to the weekend I can almost smell it! This time of the week makes me smile, as I’m sure it does for all of you, and when I went through my photos to choose one for 1000 Words, this pic of a Bactrian Camel at The Wilds in Cumberland, Ohio, stood out to me because she looks like she’s smiling. Have you ever taken a Sunset Safari Tour at The Wilds? Mr. Locke and I had the pleasure in early autumn of 2015 and the experience was…

Columbus Museum of Art: A Scroll by Any Other Name is a Megillah

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Industrial Teapot at Hilton Columbus Downtown

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Tea for Two?

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Trekking Through the Snow

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2016 AAA Great Vacations Travel EXPO in Columbus

AAA Travel Expo Columbus

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Poison Dart Frog at Royal Botanical Gardens

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Hey Kid, There’s a Flamingo on Your Knee!

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