So Long, Good Buddy

Eric came to LBK to learn how to care for his swan pair at Camelot Lakes.  When I saw him take a hard fall capturing an adult swan, and not letting go though pretty well bruised, I knew he would be good guy for the birds.  And that was proved numerous times.  I granted him a breeding pair for Camelot Lakes where he became a hero in ths community.  His help with the LBK swans was most needed and appreciated.  Needless to say, I was shaken with him announcing his departure from the area, turning a new page in his life.  ​


Bon Voyage good buddy and I'll leave the door open for you should things change.

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