Today had been a good day at Broucke Estates. The weather had stayed sunny and clear. The crowds not too big and chaotic, and no incidents with the dinos that required more then a bandage and reassurance from the medical team that your arm was going to fall off because it touched you. Today had been a good day.
'Better then ones before.' I thought with a slight chill down my spine. The bandages that had to still be on my upper arms and shoulders a good reminder of how things could go chaotic quick. Of course, I was one of the “insane ones” that came back once the Estate opened again with the Dinosaur exhibits. Within just the few days that it had closed, the staff had resolved the Pteranodon problem and the scientists were allowed to set up security and sensors of all types about the cages to detect if a weakness or opening occurred instantly. Everything was then tested and the Estates were opened again shortly after. No one who returned seemed to complain or act like the i