Feeling a little lonely, Indigo stops to savor the confident lines of the Blaylocks fish fountain. The Blaylocks themselves left hours ago, briefcases in hand.
Indigo Animal loves classical lawn statuary. It has endured. The ancients knew the value of a well-appointed garden.
Examining the protector statuary at the front gate, Indigo wonders, How could I have missed this place before?
A certain amount of brainstorming is also required since the style of many of the pieces is maddeningly eclectic.
A single gondola is moored in the murky water. Indigo decides to take a ride.
Even as these thoughts flash off and on in Indigos brain like so many lightning bugs, the morning routine will not be denied
In this blanket, I have gone where no other Indigo Animal has gone before, and with good reason.
Being a circumspect creature with a great respect not only for beauty, but for order, research and the proper application of statistical evidence, I must therefore advance the hypothesis that
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