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] Stanley Griff
: Ya'ay! It's a snowstorm. Marci
: Yes, come on snow. Keep coming down. Lester Goldberg
: Look how big the flakes are. Mimi
: It's a buzzard. Lester Goldberg
: A what? Marci
: I think she means a blizzard.
: My family's going out of town. Marci
: Really? Lester Goldberg
: Yeah. I'm gonna miss out on everything. You guys will be having all this fun and I have to leave tomorrow to visit my grandparents. I'll be gone for the whole vacation.
: I'm going to be like the super-cool Canada goose when it migrates. And I can't wait to go away, 'cause then I get to come back. Honk honk! Honk honk honk! Whoa! Ow!
["Time to Climb!"
] Mr. Goldberg
: Wow! That's the third cedar waxwing we've seen today. Come on, gang. Lester Goldberg
: Boy, Stanley. I'm sure glad your mom and dad let you come with us to the state park today. Stanley Griff
: Yeah. It's really cool out here. Dennis
: I'll say. It looks the way I always imagined the world looked a million years ago.
: The four of us are going to climb Mount Honeyhut. Isn't she a beauty? Lester Goldberg
: You're kidding. You really want us to climb that? Mr. Goldberg
: Right to the tippy-top. Are you game?
: These are wild yaks, right, Dennis? Dennis
: They certainly are, Stanley. Lester Goldberg
: Really? How can you tell? Dennis
: One way you can tell the difference between a wild yak and a domesticated one is that the wild yak is larger and has much longer horns. It's a little taller than your mom, Lester.
: Lester, are you okay? Say something! Lester Goldberg
: Wo-wo-wolf! Dennis
: Did somebody cry "wolf"? Lester Goldberg
: Yeah. Walter is a big, bad, scary wolf. Dennis
: A big, bad, scary - Lester, are you sure? Lester Goldberg
: He sure acts like one.
: So what's the deal on big, bad, scary wolves? Stanley Griff
: They're not big or bad or scary. We were wrong. Dennis
: Cheer up, Stanley. We learned something new today. Stanley Griff
: Yeah, but I still feel bad. We made up our minds before getting to know them. Lester Goldberg
: Just like we did with Walter.
["Who's Afraid of Walter Wolf?"
: What? I'm the new kid at school. You guys are old friends. I'm the one that nobody knows Stanley Griff
: But we know you now. And now you know us. So we can all be friends. Hey guys, go out long.
[He tosses a football
] Lester Goldberg
: I got it! I got it! I - oh!
[He crashes into Walter
[All laugh and make the "awoo" noise
: Hi, Stanley. Guess what. Stanley Griff
: Don't tell me. You have something special to show off. Lester Goldberg
: How'd you know? Listen to this. I just made it up. Ha-ha-ha-ha-hiccup! Ha-ha-ha-ha-hiccup!
: You draw really good, Stanley. Marci
: And you know so much about animals. Dennis
: You should be very proud of yourself, Stanley. Stanley Griff
: I am. I'm proud... as a peacock.
: Don't worry, Mimi. I'll bet you'll be standing on one leg in no time, just like a beautiful flamingo. Marci
: I thought flamingos only had one leg! Lester Goldberg
: It looks that way because they always stand on one leg and keep the other one curled up... I think.
] Stanley Griff
: [exiting his house with Mimi, Marci, Lester and Dennis
] It's okay. The rain stopped. Lester Goldberg
: Phew! It's still so hot out. Mimi
: Don't worry. It's always nice and cool at the library.
: I know we're lost... but, believe me, there's no point in running around like a bunch of chickens. Stanley Griff
: I guess you're right, but what should we do instead? Lester Goldberg
: Yeah. Waddle around like a bunch of ducks? Dennis
: Well, hmm. You may actually have a point there, Lester. If you'll notice, each one of those baby ducklings is doing a good job of staying close to its parents. And you can bet none of them ever get lost either.
: I always thought zebras looked like horses. They have the same shaped heads and everything. Dennis
: And they have other things in common too. For one thing, horses and zebras mostly eat coarse grass and they all spend more than half their day eating.