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Friday, June 17, 2016

The nose knows

We went to the Smithsonian National Zoo today.

Unfortunately, there weren't any hands-on experiences for the visually impaired member of our group. He was a trooper, however, and is now quite the expert on animal smells. I think that after one day exploring the zoo with just his nose, Victor can now identify each and every one by the smell of their poop. Just sayin'.

Anyway, other than olfactorally (is that a word?) exploring the zoo, his favorite part was the little sprinkler and the water fountain area.

But at least they had those areas for him. And it was a whole lot cheaper than taking him to a water park.

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