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This is what guards the river enroute to Point Zaca. The locals call them Lizards.
A "Burd" in a tree. They work as partners with the Lizards-keeping track of any lost or weak trekkers.
A pair of lovely small Birds
The locals called them "Burds."
Here Kitty Kitty ... A Baby whose bite is worse than it's purr.
Not the tastiest animal - but lots of them. The Zacian cattle grazing on "The Green Plain."
A typical scene on the infamous north side of Point Zaca. These make good sacrifices for safe passage at the river & waterhole.
The rare Zacian Mullett Monkey
The rarest animal in Pt Zaca - The Haight Ashbury Rhino.
When very bored - locals paint their ponies
Before Picture-this one has escaped "striping" because it's owner keeps it locked up.
Propagating the species ...
A female slips away from guarding the water hole for a few minutes only to be put to work propagating the species.
They call these huge beasts Ellyfunts-very scary to run into at night.
A bunch of Ellyfunts in the daylight.
They don't have a name for these but everyone likes the Kool Horns.
Kitty Kitty hoping Momma saves him some red meat.
Many Rivers to Cross ... this one guarded by Walking Billboards
© 2004 Trevor Rush