Something NOT to Argue About! :)

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    BREAK TIME from ugly politics!!!

    I woke up between 4am and 5am to tinkle, :D and looked out the kitchen window, and this is what i saw, hanging on our makeshift bird feeder...

    The pictures are blurry because my camera does not take pictures well in the dark, and because some pics were also shot through the screen in the window, but mostly because it was so damn dark, the sun rose about a half hour after i first saw it.

    He watched me taking the pics, and couldn't give a hoot that i was there...he was a very big sucker, very tall when standing on its hind legs...

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    And I saw this American Bald Eagle day before yesterday

    He was in a distance....but still!

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    Cool! :)
     
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    did i ever show you guys my ufo with star picture?

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    i don't even remember taking it? must be some light reflection of some sort!
     
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    A raccoon entered our backyard a few weeks ago and didn't see the dogs. I presented his mangled corpse with a Darwin award.
     
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    That is wild...looks almost like an eye
     
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    This was about a week ago, Wild Turkeys in my yard and then across the way...male and female.

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    Across the way, near the construction site of the home being put there

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    lol....I had something similar happen. Hazel, the most predatory of my dogs, killed a bunny about a week before Easter. My backyard is fenced with 5 foot chainlink, and any critter that enters a yard inhabited by 6 dogs has GOT to be mentally deficient this is definately evolution in action. I'm sitting in the living room reading and hubby goes to let the dogs in. I hear this plaintive wail come from the mudroom - Hooooooooooppppppppeeeee you better come look at this. Hazel is standing there, 4 square and poking out of her mouth are two bunny ears. That is all that is visable. Oh. Goodie. I tell Hazel in a cheerful voice "give" and hold out my hand. She looks at me with an obvious question in her eyes: "are you effing kidding me?". She has the prize. No way is she giving it up. Her jaws are locked in a death grip around it. So, I beat a strategic retreat to the cookie jar: diplomacy in action. I hold up a handful of cookies and look at her. She looks at me. Thinks hard for a second (you can see the wheels turning - cookies or bunny). Doesn't take long. She drops the bunny (head) and dives for the cookies. I, meanwhile, get rid of the evidence. She murdered the Easter Bunny ...never did find the rest of it...not sure I wanted to.....
     
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    i showed the deer pics before, but just in case you did not see them....this was a few weeks ago....

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    LOL! (Well, not really...)

    That sounds all too familiar! A family of possums decided to enter our yard one time and I was picking up dead possums for a week.
     

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