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Q&A: How Long Will It Take for Her Empty Crate to Get to Chile?

Ramba

Cutie Ramba (still in Chile) got a face washing this morning. When it’s cold at night, and she sleeps in her barn, she usually needs a little cleaning up. But somehow it makes her look even more beautiful.

Several people asked how long it would take for her empty transport crate to get to the roadside zoo in Chile. We don’t have an exact timeline. It will take at least a week, but most likely more. The truck made sure there was plenty of time for them to get there when we are expecting them.

Weather can shift very quickly in the Andes, making driving impossible for a period of time. Along with many other reasons, an unpredictable, slow trip was part of not being willing to try driving Ramba to Elephant Sanctuary Brazil. Her safety is our priority, so she will fly in style instead.

September 30, 2019

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Comments(4)

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    Maggie says

    Thank you for that info. I was wondering how long it would take too. I hope they have a safe swift (as much as possible) journey to Chile.

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    Debbie Sides says

    Safe travels and I will do a happy dance when Ramba is finally home safe and sound. I think she knows something wonderful is in the air. 💚🌳🐘🌳

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    Carolyn McNeil says

    As long as the drivers are safe and sound we can be patient with their drive. Ramba, I give my dog a head washing sometimes, I hope you like it better than he does.

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    Toby Clayton says

    Ramba .. I wish I could take this journey with you in person… My soul will ride with you.. Safe trip Girl .. You new life awaits

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