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Also here's a Google Maps link to the real thing!
Now Jerry Seinfeld has a place to perform.
Today I saw: Canada geese, mallards, common mergansers, hooded mergansers, gulls, an osprey, more than a dozen bald eagles, and six deer. :) @Lo1sJess
I've been going to this park for three years. I've seen lots of birds, and a mink; muskrat; beaver; red, grey, and fox squirrels; gophers; garter and bull snakes; and painted and snapping turtles.
Only one bison visible today. :)
Here's a link that might help: https://bitly.com/98K8eH
7 or 8 years ago, the very large bank I worked at (as a furniture contractor) was moving their regional headquarters to new buildings. So of course there was a lot of accumulated "junk" that we were tasked with removing. The tumblers and some plates came home with me.
I also got an acrylic display case/shelf thing- 6 feet wide, about 2 feet tall, 8 -10 inches deep. Transparent acrylic, just beautiful.
(Bag 2 of #80041 Mei's Dragon Jet.)
I got enough sunburn as it is!
IMO, sets from $50-$100 are generally the best value: big enough to have lots of detail, small enough to be easy to display, and swooshable- or... stompable? Whatever would be the equivalent of swooshable, for a mech. Or elephant- I'm not sure if this is supposed to be an elephant or a mech (and I like that!)