History of the Butterfly, Part 21: The Promenade

I will get back to the story of Mahaska in Europe at some time in the future.  I cut a little clip from Catlin’s book that I thought was amusing.  The point in time for this bit was shortly after Mahaska’s party had left Europe to return to the United States.

Digitized by Google

When was the last time you saw pigs promenading in the streets?   I guess the Iowa caucuses are coming up soon. . .

About the roused bear

Nature photographer from central Iowa.
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