A Simple “Howling” Discovery…

Look what I found at the thrift store for only twenty-five cents:

gray wolf, glass cup, photograph, cheap, thrift shop

Simple Discovery: American Expedition drinking cup

A beautiful glassware discovery with wisdom words to meditate on for a very cheap price!

The quote on the front of the glass cup reads…

“Keep looking towards the horizon and you will see the world not as it is but as it can become.”

Not only do I love not having to spend much on glassware, but I also love the howling Gray wolf image featured on this one! Also known as timber wolves, they live together socially in packs of 12. If you encounter one of these large wolves in the woods and you want to flee on foot to escape, be sure you pump yourself up to at least a speed of 38 miles per hour!

As you turn the glassware to the back, it explains briefly about the Gray Wolf. This is the third thing I love about this glass cup…discovering I have something to read as I enjoy a glass of whatever…juice…water…tea…something stronger like………Oh, never mind.

cup, gray wolf, glass, photograph, cheap, thrift shop

Simple Discovery: Trivia on the Gray Wolf

Since I took a great, not-so-clear photo shot, the gray words on the cup actually says…

“Hunting in a pack. Wolves can bring down prey up to TEN TIMES their size. With jaws that exert TWICE the PRESSURE than that of a large domestic dog. A wolf can devour up to 20 pounds of meat in one feeding.”

I hope you have your best running shoes on, my friend, and while you are fleeing for your life did you know according to Wikipedia, there are about 80,000 to 2 million wolves privately kept in the United States even though wolves are known to be much more unstable as pets than regular domesticated dogs?

I know, random trivia that has no purpose whatsoever, but at least you discovered my simple and cheap, but educational pleasure for today.

“That man is the richest whose pleasures are the cheapest.” ~Henry David Thoreau

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Do you have favorite glassware that you love everything about it?

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This is a very late response to the Weekly Image Of Life: Discovery but I figure, better-late-than-never.

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