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Jumbo the Elephant and Thomas the Cat – Magical Story

Thomas the Cat and Jumbo the Elephant became instant friends and toured St. Thomas and Elgin County at night. Jumbo became magical when he was painted with a pink primer called “laugh”. What an appropriate name for the paint, the situation and the book. Enjoy a good laugh and a cup of tea with a cat as you are entertained and taken on a magical journey with two unlikely friends. Get your own copy of the book at www.gailmcnaughton.com/books.htm

Jumbo the Circus Elephant 1 – History and Tour

Jumbo, the huge Indian elephant, was the pride and joy of P.T. Barnum and his circus. Born in 1861 he came to St. Thomas in 1885 and was killed by a freight train. The 125th anniversary was enjoyed by many people at the Elgin Military Museum where Steve Peters presented an entertaining and factual history of the event and the group viewed memorabilia. Later, the group participated in a remembrance on the railway tracks where Jumbo met his demise. A one hour commemorative DVD is available for $20 or 5 for $80 ($16 each) from bob@dogandpony.ca.

Jumbo the Circus Elephant 2 – Remembrance at Railway Tracks

Jumbo, the huge Indian elephant, was the pride and joy of P.T. Barnum and his circus. Born in 1861 he came to St. Thomas in 1885 and was killed by a freight train. The 125th anniversary was enjoyed by many people at the Elgin Military Museum where Steve Peters presented an entertaining and factual history of the event and the group viewed memorabilia. Later, the group participated in a remembrance on the railway tracks where Jumbo met his demise. A one hour commemorative DVD is available for $20 or 5 for $80 ($16 each) from bob@dogandpony.ca.

Jumbo the Circus Elephant 3 – Short Story, Song, Images, Commentary

Jumbo, the huge Indian elephant, was the pride and joy of P.T. Barnum and his circus. Born in 1861 he came to St. Thomas in 1885 and was killed by a freight train. The 125th anniversary was enjoyed by many people at the Elgin Military Museum where Steve Peters presented an entertaining and factual history of the event and the group viewed memorabilia. Later, the group participated in a remembrance on the railway tracks where Jumbo met his demise. A short story of Thomas the cat befriending Jumbo the elephant is a fun read. A one hour commemorative DVD is available for $20 or 5 for $80 ($16 each) from bob@dogandpony.ca.

1 Comment

  1. Diane E. Baker -  

    I love your site and bio. Thank you for calling me back regarding EBWN. I look forward to seeing you Wed at Wayside. Thanks again. Diane

    19, February 2012, 10:16pm  -  

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