I don't think I would challenge anyone taking their elephant (or their camel) for a walk. Anywhere. So long as they had a suitably sized bag to carry away its leavings...
The proper sized poop bag could be problematic, EC. ;)
River! Good to hear from you.What about a llama? Can you walk a llama on a leash?
Hi Alex! I'm contemplating the universe at the moment. ;)Llamas could be an issue...
Glad you enjoyed it, Mac!
Good thing they don't ban squirrels! Man, that'd be rough for me.
It'd be hard to keep a leash on you, too, Loni. ;)
Good to hear from you, River. I believe elephant dung is excellent fertilizer. You should take it home and spread it in your garden. I wouldn't worry about that silly sign. Nobody in their right mind would arrest an elephant.
Yeah, I've been kinda floating in the Underworld, Ron. Me and Jezebel, drinking punch. ;)Arresting an elephant would be problematic. All that stepping on and squishing business...
So I guess that means I can't bring my pet camel. Shucks!Glad to see you back, River! :)
Afraid so, Chrys. They might also be wary of camel spit saturating the grass. ;)I don't know if I'm back but the odd signs are anyway!
Hi River. Great to see you and your humor back online. Sorry about the X on the elephant walk. Like Alex said, grab your llama and give it a go.
My llama is saddled up and ready to go, Lee! ;)
Yea! You're back.How about dinosaurs? Can I ride my dinosaur into the cemetery?
Jay, I think if you ride a dinosaur in there, nobody will even consider trying to stop you! :)
Did you see the video of the elephant that had an itch to scratch and basically went to town on a couple's car and destroyed it. Must have been terrifying. But hey, an itch is an itch.
I haven't seen that one, Michael. :) I have seen lions pouncing on cars, though!
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