Next week, from Monday to Saturday, I'm going to Cape Cat (Cap-Chat in French) with other girls from 14 to 17 years old! I wouldn't be surprised if I was the youngest! Though, it's best not to expect too much. One thing's sure: it's the first time I'm going so far from home!
Since it might be best not to bring my snails there, I will let my big sister and one of my little sisters take care of them. Though, I might talk about them to the other girls (if I have time to).
All this to say that I won't be able to take snail orders for the week. My big sister is too busy to take care of them (the snail orders). So, if you want some, you can either ask for some right now or wait until the week after.
Have a nice afternoon!
x5 Cepaea nemoralis (Rainbow, Lemonade, Peanut, Cupcake and Berry) x1 Cepaea hortensis (Lemon) Hopes to get snails of other species
R.I.P. Marble, Choco and Cappuccino, also known as the "Brownie Club" R.I.P. Lucky, the little fighter
I came back from Cape Cat Saturday afternoon, and I spent the BEST. WEEK. EVER. (I wasn't the youngest, but still) This small city may have a weird name, but seeing the St-Lawrence river (and walking on the beach sometimes) every morning was an amazing experience! It was not the only amazing experience though, there were loads of activities (most of them might not interest all of you, so I won't say too much about it).
When climbing Mont St-Pierre on Friday, I've seen loads of small, orange sluggies! They were so cute!
I've talked about my snails to my new friends a little bit, and only one of them liked snails in general (only looking at them, though). Another one sent me a friend request on Facebook and saw a picture of my Cepaea nemoralis. She didn't seem too disgusted, she even said they looked nice!