Sunday, July 20, 2008

Butterflys in the Jungle

When I was on expedition in the Andean rain forest, the butterflies were probably the most varied and numerous species that I saw. The range of colors was astonishing - they were orchid with wings. For years, I wondered why the butterflies would hover around the urine puddles our horses left on the trail. Now I have my answer (see posting below).

2 comments:

Jack Goes Forth said...

Butterfly urine...hmm. This could be the perfect gift to soften the blow for when you break up with a girl.

"Listen, I can't do this anymore, but I want to remain friends. Here, have this... It's butterfly piss."

Robot Boy said...

Yes indeed. Tell her: When it brings the butterflies fluttering, think of me.