…and always very curious

Relaxing with a cup of coffee and the HM juniors this morning, their favorite monkey Curious George came on, got into his usual hijinks and was whisked away holding onto a kite.

When the man in the yellow hat saw him flying away he called out to a nearby child,

“Call the Fire Department!”

The kid raised his shoulders and asked the age old question (which is asked less and less these days),

“Why?”

“They seem to know how to do everything!” And he runs off, gets in his hang glider and rescues George all on his own.

Meanwhile Light Task Force 3 was responding for a high angle rescue along with Engines 1,16 and 43, Trucks 1 and 8, Battalion 1, EMS 1 and Medic 99.

Well, not really, but that is what my mind pictured.  How curious…

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5 thoughts on “…and always very curious”

  1. It would be a nice new thing to rescue a monkey from a tree, since the fire department seems to rescue cats daily from trees.

    Oh it is approaching on the time of baby ducks walking around major highways to get to the river, so it is either we go rescue the baby ducks or go out 15 – 20 minuets later when there is a car accident.

  2. It would be a nice new thing to rescue a monkey from a tree, since the fire department seems to rescue cats daily from trees.

    Oh it is approaching on the time of baby ducks walking around major highways to get to the river, so it is either we go rescue the baby ducks or go out 15 – 20 minuets later when there is a car accident.

  3. It would be a nice new thing to rescue a monkey from a tree, since the fire department seems to rescue cats daily from trees.

    Oh it is approaching on the time of baby ducks walking around major highways to get to the river, so it is either we go rescue the baby ducks or go out 15 – 20 minuets later when there is a car accident.

  4. It would be a nice new thing to rescue a monkey from a tree, since the fire department seems to rescue cats daily from trees.

    Oh it is approaching on the time of baby ducks walking around major highways to get to the river, so it is either we go rescue the baby ducks or go out 15 – 20 minuets later when there is a car accident.

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