Have You Ever Eaten a Bug?

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Have You Ever Eaten a Bug?

You never know it might be fun to try with your friends or family!

If you live close to Waterloo Region in Ontario – and you want to try – go visit http://www.wingsofparadise.com/index.php?moduleId=RljE8mgg&pageId=8P3rDe98 during March break.  I hear they are quite delicious….. ( well, at least crunchy!)

And after you eat a few, learn all about bugs by checking out http://andycamper.com/page?s=152.  You could be all ready to hit the outdoors armed with a new bug catcher you’ve created and lots of ideas about the kind of bugs you want to find.

Make sure to let us know if you sampled any of the bugs…. I hear they are crunchy!

Don’t for get to send AndyCamper or Ask Ian a note. We would love to hear how your bug catcher turned out.

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