Simple, few colors, but beautiful.
Yes, attack. Just don't do it, m'kay?)
There were several hungry monkeys. Garytt and I fed them. We paid a couple hundred yen to go in and then pick a bag of fruit before going to a fenced window where we could feed the monkeys. If you've read my posts before, then you know that Boy is obsessed with getting close to any animal he sees in the wild. I know, maybe not the safest idea most times, but in reality, the wild animals usually run away before he gets within a few feet. This time, he had permission to feed these amazingly cute creatures! He was so excited! Immediately, he and Grandpa went into the little house and picked out a bag of apples. One piece after another he fed it to the little guy hanging from the window. They were so gentle. I chose a bag of bananas. I would put the piece in my hand, hold it up to the window and that tiny, black, human-like hand would reach out and gently take it from me. He would first make a small tear in the peel with his front teeth, then stick the whole thing in his mouth and separate the peel from the fruit and then spit out the peel. WOW! Such a fun experience!!! Boy would hold out a piece of food, the monkey would take it, and then Boy would look at us like, "WOW! Did you just see that? I just fed a monkey! He touched my hand!!" Garytt and I could have done that all day. :) Mackenzie refused to go in the house. She told Kris that she liked seeing the monkeys from inside the car (a few days earlier we saw monkeys hanging out on the side of the highway as we explored Chiba).