They’re going under a bridge, down to the beach, to the shore and out to the sea. They’re letting their mind take them where they want to go. Two penguins. It’s mating time! They’re holding hands. We’re going to get it first. They are having fun. They are making love because they are holding hands. They are enjoying each others company. They’re friends.
I can hear the sounds of the waves. John Burke is the photographer and he is acknowledged. They will get where they are going. It’s natural for them.
It smells like dead fish there. They eat anything they can get. They have a family. They’re a pair. Penguins mate for life. They’re funny looking. Four people let down and two others were spoken to. There are other penguins there. No, I don’t think so. I think there are a dozen penguins or so. All of sudden they meet each other and they fell in love. A fisherman gets in the middle of the whole thing and he spoils it!
Story told by female and male storytellers at San Juan Villa community.
October 29, 2015