A 21st Century Garden of Eden PART II (by India)

by admin on January 30, 2011 · 12 comments

You read Austin’s version but this is MY version of our day last Saturday.

First of all we drove up a steep and curvy driveway.  Then I saw a giant enclosure and I thought I saw a chicken in it.  But NO.  It was a peacock -and pecans.  heeheehee.

I saw a peacock before at a farm with my Grammy but that one didn’t have it’s feathers all the way out.

This was amazing!  I liked when it turned around and it shook itself and you could see the vibrating on it’s back feathers.  With his feathers out, he was taller than my Dad!

REAL PREHISTORIC MAMMOTH MOLARS

OK, so you got to hear all about Austin holding a real meteorite that came in from outer space.  Well, guess what I am holding in this picture?

Real, honest to goodness, prehistoric teeth from a …MAMMOTH!!!

What do you think of that?

And here are some more pictures of things I saw.

Real fossils of ancient nautilus

A toucan -my most favorite bird in the whole world

Can you spot the fake bird?

He looks like he is smiling

And now who knows this song?

“Never smile at a crocodile”

{ 12 comments… read them below or add one }

1 DAD January 30, 2011 at 9:35 pm

GOOD JOB INDIA. I LIKE THE FOSSIL TEETH.

2 Ellice January 31, 2011 at 12:56 am

The Tucan is my favorite too!

3 Jessica January 31, 2011 at 3:08 pm

India, you are a great blogger! Those mammoth teeth were amazing…did you notice any cavities?
Love from Rhode Island and your friends Bailey & Paris

4 admin January 31, 2011 at 3:34 pm

thank you for reading my post. and thanks for leaving a comment! it’s even more fun to get a comment than to even write the blog. we had fun at this man’s house. did you see austin write about this day too?
love…india

5 Laurel Johnson January 31, 2011 at 3:44 pm

India, I loved your version of what happened. Thanks for sharing it with us. Keep writing, we love to hear from you. Love from your friends in Georgia, who all want to come visit you, Laurel and Dean, Nicole and Cameron, Cassidy and Tyler. 🙂

6 Mrs. Rapoza January 31, 2011 at 6:50 pm

India~
I too loved your version of what happened!! Great job!! You are a great writer and I love hearing from you on the blog. My favorite was the beautiful peacock!!! I can’t believe that peacock was taller than your dad!! I hope you are enjoying your time in Mexico! I miss you here in the states….wishing you a very happy day! I look forward to checking the blog every day and hearing what’s new with the Enos family. Chat soon…..
Mrs. Rapoza

7 Lindsey January 31, 2011 at 9:12 pm

India, can you imagine if your molars were that big? Boy, would they hurt when they first came in!! And that peacock might be as tall as your dad, but does he drink as much coffee as him? 😉

8 Connie February 1, 2011 at 3:50 am

love the peacock. such beautiful birds there. Really enjoy really all of the family’s posts.

9 Rhonda and Carly February 2, 2011 at 7:44 am

Beautiful pictures, India! We are casting our vote for the peacock~ We liked the pictures of it the best!
Love you,
Rhonda and Carly (and Mike, too! :>))

10 Jill February 2, 2011 at 9:34 am

Dear India,
I thought I’d seen enough peacock feathers at Nicole’s wedding!! There is nothing like seeing them in person on an actual peacock. You don’t get tired of looking at how beautiful they are. No wonder they strut their stuff!!!
Love you and hope to keep hearing and seeing your adventures!!
Jill

11 Rebecca and George Duarte February 2, 2011 at 3:15 pm

Who knew that the mammoths molars were that big. I guess that why they named them mammoths everything is extra large on them. I really love the peacocks if I was there it would be all I could do not to stick my hand in the cage and try to grab a feather. To tempting. Keep up the blogging love to hear your version of things happening

Becca

12 Miss Kenyon February 2, 2011 at 7:15 pm

India,

Wow!! The animals look amazing down there!! I love toucans too, they are such beautiful birds!! I have been reading your blogs and enjoy hearing how things are going down there. Your blogs bring back memories of all the fantastic writing you did for me last year, keep it up! Next week, we will be talking about the Rainforest, and I will definitely show the kids your picture of the toucan. We miss you at school!! Keep on blogging to inform us of how everything is going!! Hasta Luego!

Miss Kenyon 🙂

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