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2 comments

  1. Kathy Putta

    I wanted to know how you got the noodles to stand up on your dinosaur obstacle course.

    Kathy

    1. Michelle

      The obstacle course was at our Botanical Garden, so was not set up by me. I think a simple stake in the ground (like a wooden tomato stake), with the noodle stuck on top, would do the trick though.

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