|Reviews for Old Past, Old Times, and the Old Days|
| pachysam chapter 4 . 3/20/2010
Sid does seem to have bad luck with the black bear. At least the short-faced bears and cave-bears, bears that even dwarved the grizzlies, died out at the end of the Ice-Age.
Buck sure is a good fisher.
I can't wait for when Peaches, Ellie and the young see the cave-paintings.
Those young Scrats sure are growing up.
| pachysam chapter 2 . 3/19/2010
The bit with Sid and the bear was hilarious.
Nice how they found paintings of Roshan and his tribe. It's good that they remember. It would be good if Ellie and Peaches got to see them.
One antagonist for this can be a hunter.
| pachysam chapter 1 . 3/18/2010
The relationship between the humans and the animals is so heartwarming.
Peaches is learning more words well.
Funny how Manfred turned out to hate bugs. No surprise. Some flies bothered mammoths in Walking with Beasts, until they used mud to protect themselves.
Here are some funny ideas:
Mafred: This place may've had some changes, but I'm glad there are still some wilderness.
(Sid licks poison-oak)
Manfred: Sid! No! That's poison-oak. Remember what you did last time with youur camp?
Sid: Relax. It's just...
(he swells up)
Manfred: Oh, Sid.
Peaches: Oh, no. Is he dying?
Manfred: No. But it's a really unpleasant experience.
Sid: Nice bear.
(he tries to climb the trees)
Sam: NO! Black bears climb trees. Just give him the honey.
Sid: No way! I got it fair and square!
Manfred: You stole it. Give it back or the bear will probably have Honeyed Sloth for supper.
Sid: Oh, no. Sam. It's all my fault. She's dead.
Ellie: You were playing dead to trick the bear.
Sam: Yes. Luckily, it was more interested in the honey.
Clover: AH! My hair!
(she has a bad hair-style, having been caught in bushes)
Ellie: Let me help you.
(she helps Clover with her hair)
(hearing about how Sid stole the eggs)
Alex: You stole the eggs?
Diana: I bet Momma was cross.
Sid: Well... how was I surposed to know that dinosaurs were still alive?
I can't wait to see what they do when camping.