Simba says Good Morning! from Cottonwood City, Deer Lodge, Montana

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Posted by puma | Posted in United States, USA - Montana | Posted on 11-07-2013

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Simba checking out Sprague lake near Ritzville, WA

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Posted by puma | Posted in United States | Posted on 11-07-2013

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Simba stops for a litter box break at Prince Creek (MP 61) on I-90

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Posted by puma | Posted in United States, USA - Washington | Posted on 10-07-2013

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Simba stops to stretch his legs for a little bit at the rest stop in Prince Creek along I90 between Seattle and Wenatchee, Washington.

Simba enjoys the view at night from Queen Anne Park

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Posted by puma | Posted in United States, USA - Washington | Posted on 08-07-2013

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Simba checks out to view of Seattle’s skyline and the Space Needle from Queen Anne Park.

Simba visits Lighthouse park in Point Roberts, WA

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Posted by puma | Posted in United States, USA - Washington | Posted on 04-07-2013

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Simba making some new friends

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Posted by puma | Posted in Canada, Canada - British Columbia | Posted on 30-06-2013

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Life size Simba plush making some new friends who are visiting Canada from Mexico City.

Simba seems to make friends where ever he goes. Today he made new friends with some nice girls visiting Vancouver from Mexico City.

Simba hanging out in Vanier Park in Kitsilano, Vancouver, BC

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Posted by puma | Posted in Canada, Canada - British Columbia | Posted on 30-06-2013

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Life sized Simba plush from the Lion King enjoying the sunset in Vanier Park in Vancouver, BC Canada

Who can think of a better way to end a hard day of lion around than enjoying a nice sunset.

Life size adult Simba from the Lion King plush made by Douglas Co. Inc. sitting on a park bench in Vanier park in Vancouver, BC

Simba enjoying the afternoon laying on the rocks alongside False Creek in Vancouver, BC

Simba enjoying the afternoon laying on the rocks alongside False Creek in Vancouver, BC