Annie Lin shares these photos and writes:
My youngest brother (林德修) drove a car and took my son, Jerry Wu, and me to the Rhinoceros Beetles Farm (獨角仙農場) in Township (中埔), Chaiyei (嘉義). Rhinoceros Beetles are unique to Taiwan but are known throughout the world-especially the crooked-horn variety.
When we arrived there, Jerry, my brother and I walked up stairs one by one, I felt my feet itching, you know mosquitoes everywhere, came from the trees, grasses, and flowers, I saw a sign “Free lotion to prevent mosquitoes.” I took Jerry over there to get lotion to our hands and legs. I saw many people waited in the line. Oh!!! mosquitoes bites everyone, not just us (a joke-Jerry and I came from U.S.A.).
I saw people feeding birds-pigeons, cows, and horses…We took pictures and stopped at a food booth there which sold fresh milk and products.
Now, we followed the same way to go back and saw different scenic spots at Rhinoceros Beetles Farm. You may visit at http://www.dgc.com/.
I would like share my pictures with you, but not the mosquitoes!!!(A Joke!!!)