I dreamed that Jean Valjean convinced Javert to rescue an injured goose like he helps rescue Marius in the original. Javert took the goose to the station, issued it its own photo ID (it was a modern retelling), and the goose proceeded to follow Javert around everywhere for weeks until it got homesick and wanted him to take it back to the lagoon where Valjean had found it. Somehow it managed to convey this to him and he brought it back.
I wonder how its wing was injured.
Most of the geese were toward the back of the park, not out front like they are sometimes.
Sometimes I see a *lot* of geese wandering around the park or swimming in the pond. Today I only saw three: these two across the pond in the tiny wildlife “sanctuary,” and another that was standing on the near side of the pond a few feet away from someone (else) who was taking pictures of it.
Usually the geese have the run of the park, but maybe they all gave up on free food during the 5-6 weeks the park was closed to people. (Unlike the ducks, who set up camp at the perimeter where people could walk by and still toss them bread.) I only saw three.
Kid is watching a play-through of Untitled Goose Game.
Geese at the amphitheatre.
This city park has a pond which attracts ducks, coots, seagulls, and as near as I can tell a permanent flock of Canada Geese that wander around the banks of the pond and the open space at the south end, where these terraces are located.
Let’s just say I don’t think I’d want to sit on the ground in that part of the park.
One of *many* geese hanging out on the lawn of the park
At sunset, the geese all lined up on the edge of the pond and honked until they jumped in, one after another, sown the line like a synchronized swim team.