Sunday, December 09, 2012
The Mark Twain's elevated vantage point (assuming you head to the top level, as so many people do) and slow, smooth ride made picture-taking practically mandatory for those armed with a camera.
A peaceful Indian Village sits beside the river, and the inhabitants are busy doing the daily chores that simply must be done.
In a not-so-hidden cove, two meese ("meese" is the plural of "moose", as you know) talk about new TV shows for '59. Boy moose prefers the "Bonanza", "The Untouchables", and "Hawaiian Eye", while girl moose likes "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis" "The Swamp Fox", and "The Twilight Zone".
A bloodthirsty deer lurks in the shadows below while an unsuspecting mountain lion enjoys his last moments on the sunny warm rock above.