Kangaroo Creek.

As you know, when Sami and Seth and I were in the Okanagan for Ty’s wedding, we went to a Kangaroo Park. I have been sharing the photos I took there on Instagram. But I have a ton of photos and I thought it would also be fun to do a photo blog post.

It was an amazing park. It has been at least two years since I had pet a kangaroo and that is far too long. I also got the chance to use the kangaroo selfie skills I acquired over my time in Australia (there are a lot of kangaroo selfies in this post). Also you just told me that you and Josh are going to go here on your honeymoon, so here is a nice preview of what you have to look forward to:

 

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How adorable and wonderful is this. 

 

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This guy is an albino wallaby and his name is Casper.

 

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I think the name of Seth’s baby was Honeybun. Something super cute like that. 

 

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This was a very very happy moment.

 

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Feeding the roos.

 

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This guy was a little weird. The keepers said he was a bit of an airhead and liked to stare at the sky. I liked him.

 

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Unfortunately he was asleep and not running around at this moment. But this is a baby miniature  horse. Quite possibly the cutest thing on the planet. 

 

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I had never met a nice emu before. This guy let you pet him and was the nicest.

 

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If you look closely at this one you can see that the emu has turned its head and is looking directly at my face. After this photo I turned and looked back and for a second we locked eyes. Our faces were about 4 inches apart and for a second I thought I was going to get my eye pecked out. But he is a nice emu and would never do that.

 

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The birds kept talking to me and singing in my ears.

 

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Capybaras!

 

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Sugar gliders are soft and fluffy and adorable. 

 

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This is probably the most excited I looked all day. Sugar gliders are the cutest.

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