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Cactus Hotel in Arizona, USA - Dec2008 - Wilodene
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Wilodene but where's the entrance?
23/Mar/09 12:14 AM
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All those holes you see in the cactus are the entrances. Various animals and birds create those holes for their own use. The cactus isn't hurt by the intrusions. I only know this because I picked up a book called "Cactus Hotel" for the grandchildren, and now I look for cactuses with holes in case I can spot an animal or bird entering or leaving.
23/Mar/09 1:29 AM
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Wilodene - this is wonderful! Thanks for sharing the story about the book, too.
23/Mar/09 1:53 AM
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Great photo AND learning experience!!
23/Mar/09 2:42 AM
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Thanks, did you spot any animals in this one?
23/Mar/09 5:20 AM
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Well, well, well!
23/Mar/09 7:48 AM
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I always enjoy pictures with stories and stories with pictures! Were your grandchildren impressed?
23/Mar/09 9:07 AM
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Great caption Wilodene, love the story behind the name.
23/Mar/09 10:54 AM
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Sorry I didn't get back to this site last night to answer questions, so you may not see this comment today. No, I didn't see any animals in this cactus, but one hole was so deep and angled that it was hard to see - I needed a flashlight. Yes, the grandchildren loved the book and I have read it many times to the younger ones.
23/Mar/09 11:23 PM
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15 moves!
23/Mar/09 11:29 PM
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