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Things I see on my morning walk...

Posted by alison 5/OH (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 23, 07 at 20:25

Usually it's just pretty gardens and typically ciy wildlife. Sometimes, the wildlife is not so typical....


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RE: Things I see on my morning walk...

That's hysterical Alison! Wish I had a tree big enough to do that in! I guess that I'll just have to settle for turning my wire reindeer heads into topiary "sea monsters"!

See you at the swap!

~~Mimi


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RE: Things I see on my morning walk...

Yeah, we get those all the time!


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RE: Things I see on my morning walk...

Is this sort of like when pigs fly???

Janet


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RE: Things I see on my morning walk...

Those dam deer will eat anything, won't they?


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Be it ever so humble...

...there's no place like home.

It's the start of a housing boom in my neighborhood!

More pioneers moving in....

The evolution of the avian neighborhood -- sparrow duplex!


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