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  1. #1
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    Went to the wolf sanctuary today

    http://i109.photobucket.com/albums/n...Wolvess008.jpg
    Said hello to Tien the wolf.
    http://i109.photobucket.com/albums/n...Wolvess003.jpg
    and Bengo the Jagard

    Didn't get many pics though because we were actually working for a change! Summer morning in Florida, wow it was hot. That's why Tien is under a house, because it was so hot.

    http://s109.photobucket.com/albums/n...Wolvess016.flv
    here's Indie, Tien's brother, running around from us while I try to get images of Tien and try to get him to come out. He later came out and licked me with his giant, dirty tongue and also rolled around on his back for awhile. Later in the morning I was still really dirty in the face but we went to go see Tien's brother Chokowah, who was dirty everywhere except his tongue and he cleaned me up. What a thoughtful wolf!

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    Tien looks beautiful T140! He's gorgeous. Those eyes are penetrating and so green! It's hard on them when it's so hot with that heavy fur coat! No wonder they tend to like the high altitudes so much more overall, eh?

    Thank you for sharing your stories and photos! I really look forward to reading about each visit you tell us about.
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    Aww, thanks for sharing man. I have a major soft spot for animals.

    They are both gorgeous.

    CP your way!

    Thank you Skywalker for the Marshall sig!

    Thank you Damien and Darrent for the memories. You will never be forgotten!

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    dang, i'm not jealous. . . . what a fantastic opportunity for you!
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    rest in peace, darrent williams and damien nash-- you will be missed!!

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    Those are so cool. Thanks!

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    WOW CP for you!!


    Wolves are my favorite animal! I would love to go there. Thanx for posting the pics.



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    Quote Originally Posted by T140
    http://i109.photobucket.com/albums/n...Wolvess008.jpg
    Said hello to Tien the wolf.
    http://i109.photobucket.com/albums/n...Wolvess003.jpg
    and Bengo the Jagard

    Didn't get many pics though because we were actually working for a change! Summer morning in Florida, wow it was hot. That's why Tien is under a house, because it was so hot.

    http://s109.photobucket.com/albums/n...Wolvess016.flv
    here's Indie, Tien's brother, running around from us while I try to get images of Tien and try to get him to come out. He later came out and licked me with his giant, dirty tongue and also rolled around on his back for awhile. Later in the morning I was still really dirty in the face but we went to go see Tien's brother Chokowah, who was dirty everywhere except his tongue and he cleaned me up. What a thoughtful wolf!
    Awesome, wolves are great animals.

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    Good hunting spot....
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    Adopted player Lindsey

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    We have a lion/bear/tiger sanctuary just across the border...

    I made arrangement to go their early with my daughter for her birthday once..it was coo, as they are very active before it gets too hot..got to feed a couple and get in real,close...amazing creatures..
    http://s7.postimg.org/hjr8fcmaz/EM2.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saddletramp View Post
    Good hunting spot....
    Only a rancher......

    Wolves have actually migrated into our area here and are taking over..there is provincially funded bounties for them for certain times of the year..
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    Quote Originally Posted by EddieMac View Post
    Only a rancher......

    Wolves have actually migrated into our area here and are taking over..there is provincially funded bounties for them for certain times of the year..
    And a realist. Wolves are killing the livestock industry in Montana, Wyoming and Idaho. And, coming soon to Colorado.
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    Adopted player Lindsey

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    Never saw this thread. One of my favorite animals. The pictures can no longer be seen... . We came across one when we were camping a few years ago, just stopped and stared at us for a while and wandered off.... didn't bother us.

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    Up here in the Olympia WA area we have "Wolf Haven" where they accept wolves captured elsewhere and provide them a large natural habitat to live in. Each wolf (or pair if they're compatible) has a fenced area to hang out in. My wife & I have been there twice and it's very cool. The tour guides remind us all to be very quiet...no loud noises or sudden movements

    If anyone's ever in the Oly area and wants to visit...here's their web page:

    https://wolfhaven.org/
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