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Located along a dead end road occupied by oil and gas industry machinery and the territorial pissings of Deliverance-esque property holders, so some stealth required, although this particular property is not on their radar.
The scene is fifty years ago. A gorilla thumps its chest and bellows out with urgency. A lion roars in answers. The ponies, halters tied to the walker on an endless shuffling circle, whinny in answer. Suddenly, the entire animal menagerie is energized with the spirit of revolt. Ponies thrash up and sprint away from the ring. The gorilla bends the bars in a burst of strength and goes fleeing from its small enclosure. The lion jumps over the moat of water that has been keeping it at bay. Other members of the animal menagerie revolt as well, screeching, hollering, and encouraging the gorilla to come set them free, too. The crowd of people throw popcorn and peanuts in the air and bolt for the exits, breaking windows in their haste, leaving the gates thrown open behind them. Go carts sit idle on the track, never to be used again, as the last of the animals and visitors of the River Bridge Exotic Park went streaming out.
At least that's what WE think happened here. What about you - what do you think?
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum