Flat Stanley and Famous Ankles Part 3

My continuing adventure with Flat Stanley on behalf of the fine and noble James T. of Falls Church, Virginia.

My next stop took me to a very famous location New York: Wall Street. That street is famous for the New York Stock Exchange which is where lots of people buy and sell shares of stock. When lots of people are buying, it is called a “bull market”. That’s always viewed as a good thing on Wall Street, so an artist created a statue of the bull. It was built in 1989. It is 11 feet tall and weighs 7,000 pounds.
20090711 Flat Stanley 05 Wall Street Bull

Flat Stanley also posed in front of one of the entrances to the New York Stock Exchange.

20090711 Flat Stanley 07 Stock Exchange


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3 Comments on “Flat Stanley and Famous Ankles Part 3”

  1. JK Fowler Says:

    Hi there. Thought you might be interested in this: http://jkfowler.com/2009/11/10/midnight-trade/ . Cheers, JK

  2. Hana Says:

    Thank you so much for taking the time to take a putrice of my Flat Stanley I have had so much fun with this and the response has been amazing . My grandmother and I heard about your restaurant on the food channel . The food looks good wish I was with him Riley

    • Kenia Says:

      As soon as the chilly winds iinitally start to blow every year as autumn sets in; people go to their closets and pull out their sweaters dog coats and jackets to ensure that they are comfortable as the temperature drops. Your dog deserves this equal treatment so when you pull out yours, do remember to pull out your dog’s warm dog clothes as well.If the night is chilly, but not quite freezing, even something as simple as a warm dog sweater will help you to keep your dog warm.

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