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Good for your mom! She's a brave one. Camels are really tall.Don't worry. My ant creatures disappeared as quickly as they came. No more.
I love the Miss America wave! Go, Mom!
an extremly large critter
sexy neck of camels, she's happy riding the camel...
Wow! I've always wanted to ride a camel! Very cool!
Now that is truly an amazing once-in-a-lifetime experience.I did notice the wave! She definitely should win the Miss Camel Rider. What? There's not one? There should be! She looks like a pro up there.
great photos!!! i bet there are a lot of memories too...
There is something regal about the wave.
cool camel pics and yes thats a lovely parade wave!
Love the pictures and love the post...but I am absolutely crazy about your new blog look and the header! Except you have given me the 'need-to-see-them-in-concert-AGAIN' itch really bad... Here's a coincidence - I just put a new ringtone on my phone on Thursday for when my husband calls me - It plays "It's My Life" ;-)
Nice great looking camel!
Opps here's my link!!
Great photos! I don't know if I'd be brave enough to ride a camel.
Your mum is very brave! I remember that as a child, when we were on a voyage from Indonesia to Holland, we stopped in Port Said, where we went on a camel tour. I was afraid at the moment our camel got up: first the hind legs then the frontlegs.
Hey that's great looks like fun too
now that is a neat shot and too funny about the wave, but what a brave soul she is for getting on it in the first place
Hello !Ils sont jolis les chameaux !
I rode a camel in my trip to Yemen, it was an unforgettable experience, I think you mum will say the same :-)Have a nice Sunday,
Very Royal! Great photo and thanks for sharing.
WOW! I don't think I want to ride one of those things either! Too much like a horse, my own beloved psychological fear!Everyone's allowed one or two of these fears!I HATE HORSES!
How cool is that, I would love to ride a camel. I can bet she had a wonderful time. Thanks for stopping by today! Much Love!
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