Saturday, December 01, 2012

Adventures in CiCo Park Part 3

Ha roo, pups and kit-cats!  It's me, Zim, here with the third installment of my cool adventures in CiCo Park this past week.  This post should be subtitled:  The Trippy-Trap Bridge!

You can see it down there at the bottom of the hill -

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"Look, Mom!  It's the Trippy-Trap Bridge!"

Let's go check it out, and I'll tell you all about it! Come on, race you down there!

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"Is everyone here?"

The Trippy-Trap Bridge always reminds us of my sister Ammy.  (We lost her to Lymphoma in January of 2011.)  She was all things sweet and kind, and was a very, very brave girl, too.  But the first couple of times she was confronted with the Trippy-Trap Bridge, when she was just a little pup, she was a teeny bit leery of it.  Dad helped her build up her courage and trust - and she totally conquered her fear!  (You can read about it at this link!)

I thought, just to be on the safe side, I should check the bridge out pretty thoroughly anyway.

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"Hey!  Any Gruff Billy Goats down there?!?!"

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"How about Trolls?!?  Any Trolls over here?!?!"

OK.  I think it's safe to cross.

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Crossing the Trippy-Trap Bridge!

I stopped at the mid-point to take it all in...

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"Ha ROOO!"

... and sent a little message, just in case the Troll or those Billy Goats were hanging around!

Thanks for coming to CiCo with me; I hope you had as much fun as I did!

Play bows,
Zim

10 comments:

  1. We had lots of fun, Zim! Thanks again letting us tag along. And especially thanks for making sure the bridge was troll-free. Whew! Have a great weekend!

    Pip, Smidgen, Minnie, HOllie

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  2. Oh Zim this was an most excellent adventure. I like bridges. I like to look over the side of them. But I never thought there might be trolls or Billy goats that are gruff under there. I will be extra careful from now on.You sure were fast getting down the hill to the bridge. I had to kick it in to high gear to catch up, but I am so glad I did. Thanks for taking me along.
    Blessings,
    Goose

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  3. Yikes not sure about the Trippy Trap Bridge. We might be a little weary. But you made us see it was safe so maybe. Have a super Saturday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  4. What a cool adventure. I don't know about that bridge, but if I crossed it with you I would feel safe. Good job of checking it out. I hope you didn't find any trolls(whatever they are).

    Loveys Sasha

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  5. Since your were looking fur Billy Goats Gruff and Trolls... Did you happen to check fur SANTA and Some ELVES????

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  6. That was pretty fun, but also a little sad as you remembered your dear friend.

    It looked like a pretty day and a cool bridge.

    We really liked the name of the bridge too.

    My Vickie has to always check for trolls under the bridges too. She is a real scaredy cat....

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  7. That looks like a good bridge because the boards were close together. I don't like it when I can see the ground below me. When we were in Boston in March, we had to walk across a bridge was mostly grating. I did not like it one bit because I could see the water way down below. Mom said it would be okay though, so I trusted her and sure enough, it was okay!

    Kat

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  8. Another cool walk Zim. Bet you taught Ammy not to be scared
    Benny & Lily

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  9. How wonderful that Ammy was beside you in spirit on your Trippy-Trap adventure, Zim!

    Love ya lots,
    Mitch and Molly

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  10. now that is a totally grrrrreat park Zim! What a grand adventure woo had with Mom! paw pats, Savvy

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