Hey there Wonderbear lovers!!!
It’s been really great to see how many of you have looked at the Wonderbear Travel site. People from Oregon, Utah, Minnesota, Florida, Brazil, and some strange place called AOL have shared my travel with me. Spread the word about the bear.
Sorry that I haven’t posted in a long time. Daddy grounded me from the computer. I tried to tell him that it was just a pop-up and that I would NEVER look for sites like that, but daddy insisted on teaching me a lesson.
Today, part two of our Sedona Arizona trip!
Being a bear who wants to be famous, I was really excited when we saw the Motion Picture Museum on the streets of Uptown Sedona. It looked like a really neat place. I begged daddy to let us go in. I thought there would be lots of artifacts and heirlooms of famous people who filmed movies in Sedona, like Roy Rogers, John Wayne, and Elvis Presley (no kidding, the movie was Stay Away Joe). Imagine my disappointment when I only saw a few cardboard cutouts and small pictures on the wall. It turns out that the museum was really a front for a timeshare operation. I wanted to cut and run, but daddy was tempted by the offer of a $100 reward for taking a tour. He is so greedy sometimes. How mommy puts up with him, I don’t know.
This is the front of the Sedona Pines Resort. They didn’t like cameras inside the resort. They said it was because of industry secrets. I think they were just afraid that the pictures would make it on my website and they would be overrun with tourists seeking out places where I have been. Anyway, we met up with Marla who gave us a great tour. And then Marla turned us over to Dick.
Dick lived up to his name, not stopping the pressure tactics until I was left naked and quivering. It was like he was going to take out his frustration at not getting a sale on the bear. Mommy and daddy barely saved me from losing my virtue
But we made it out of the hell and went on our way to the Out of Africa Wildlife Park http://www.outofafricapark.com/
. This park was really neat. I didn’t realize that there were so many wild animals in Africa. There were lions and tigers seen by a bear, Oh My! This here is the guy who welcomed us to the gift shop.
These are my new friends, Chakara and Payson. They are North American black bears. I asked them why there were here with African animals. They told me that it was a living. They get three square meals a day, and all the tourists they can eat.
Here I am saying goodbye to my new bear buddies. I asked daddy if I could eat a few tourists, just to see what it is like. Daddy got really pale and told me to get back in the messenger bag. Sometimes he doesn’t let me be me.
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