Sunday, February 19, 2012

Thailand Pets and other Friends

I love animals and we were all set in this photo to go on the "Flight of the Gibbons.."
We saw a couple on the roadside, but otherwise, I think we were suppose to be the monkey's.
Harnessed up with the other ladies and all ready to go.
I chickened out..
It was so high up in those tree tops.
BUT, I met a lovely guide who sat and talked with me while we waited the two hours for the ladies to return.
His name is Gon.
Gon is 28yrs old and was very open to learn more about Jesus.
We had a lovely discussion and time together.
I believe God planned this.
Please pray for him to grow in Gods love and knowledge.

We went to see the elephants..

Elephant Art

Can you imagine elephants peddling along on bikes..and they seemed to love it.

A baby tiger drinks from a bottle.


New friend the lovely Cheryl, among the REAL exotic Macaw birds...

These may make you feel you are going potty? 
Happy Pots.

Ray tried a car made of Pots.

A lone rider at the end of a hot day on the beach.

The Bible...   Proverbs Chap 1: Verse 33
"But whoever listens to me 
will live in safety and be at ease, 
without fear of harm."


27 comments:

  1. OH...I really enjoyed this post, pictures and all. I was in Thailand in Oct....Chiang Mai and Mae Sai. We also did the Elephant thing but a different one! I loved Thailand

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    1. Hi Shanda, I love elephants, glad you enjoyed it.

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  2. I'm Glad you managed to enjoy yourself some, despite a little spell of illness.

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    1. Hi Gorges, I still have a funny tummy, but its good cause I can't eat much. LOL

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  3. Beautiful Pictures - From a Beautiful Soul -
    Lovely Day to You!
    -g-

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  4. each time i see your Kookaburra i have to stop and stare. I do love that photo. i would have been with you on the ground, no heights for me, straps or not. all of these photos are beautiful and i would so love to see all of this, but your photos took me there without leaving home. i can't even pick a favorite, love them all.

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    1. Hi Sandra, He is lovely... I don't mind if you copy him for your own..You might like to have it printed and hung? My hubby took it. xx

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  5. Interesting happy pots.....love the elephants ...the car made of pots was the best ....wow ....thanks for sharing your trip with us ...I do not know if I could have taken the "Flight of the Gibbons" and how awesome to share the good news of Jesus to another soul.....sounds like a perfectly planned experience by our Heavenly Father ...

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  6. Hi there, Looks like you had a great time, even if you chose not to do the "Monkey" part of the trip... ha... Loved the elephant doing its art, and the baby Tiger. AND--I really liked the car made out of pots... Neat!!!!

    Have a great day.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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    1. I believe God chose for me to remain and talk to Gon...He is mighty.

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  7. Good day Crystal Mary (no idea how to write that in Australian :))
    I must say you look very uncomfortable in the before picture, no wonder you chicken'd out.
    These are such interesting photographs, you seem to be having a whale of a time and I can just imagine Ray laughing like a little boy.
    The elephant is so focused and the painting is amazing as are the pots.
    Maybe one day, we'll see.
    Blessings to you, Ray and all your friends from Cape Town, Africa.

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    1. G'Day mate... LOL
      It was all amazing.. You WILL sail that boat around the world one day Geoff.

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  8. Hi there, glad you enjoyed your trip and glad you're feeling better.. I surely would love to visit there..blessings, Susie

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    1. I took you on the journey with me Susie dear one.It was so hot and humid..you can sit at home and dream yourself there though the pictures... xx

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  9. You have some great photos and memories, and yes it is such a joy to feel you are in a special moment (Gon) that God planned.
    Blessings, Jan

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    1. Oh Jan, I couldn't believe it!!! But, all things are possible with our God.

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    1. He was magnificent, I didn't get too close and I felt the handlers were a little rough at times.

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  11. So God had other plans for you that day....so colorful there too. sandie

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    1. God really did Sandie, He worked the whole thing so I was one to one with Gon.. We never know what or how God will work.

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  12. Nice pictures! I LOVE any kind of high in the tree jungles! I believe I could very well live in a tree. ;P

    What awesome art work that was done with those pots! Amazing. And the elephant paintings...wow!

    Thanks for sharing a piece of your vacation with all of us, looks like you had a great time. I hope your knee didn't cause you too much pain. Praying for relief.

    Blessings,
    <><

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    1. My knee is a 'thorn in the flesh' but I am praying for healing. It keeps me humble.

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  13. I believe wholeheartedly that God placed you there. Amazing what can happen if we just follow Him and allow His promptings.

    Jennifer

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  14. Hi Crystal,
    I am glad that you have shared a slice of your special vacation.
    The pictures look very nice, especially those with animals.
    I am sure you had a great time there, Crystal.
    Welcome back home, sweetheart!!
    Oh!! Thanks for posting your heartfelt comments in my blog, darling!!
    It's always great to have you back, my dear friend.
    Anyway, I'll be going away on my family gathering in New York by the Spring of 2012, if that is God's will. So, I'll soon be taking a long writing break, for I'll be devoting all my time with my dear folks.
    When I say, if that is God's will, I mean that we all make plans for the future, but only God has got the final word...
    God may always bless you, and those you love!!
    Big Hugs,
    Poet Starry Dawn.

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