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Topic: OT Canada Goose coffee (8 msgs / 163 lines)
1) From: Mike Chester

2) From: Barry Luterman
I can boast the worlds smartest Gecko.
I installed a motion sensor light in my backyard. No matter how I cut the
sensitivity or adjusted the aiming the light kept coming on at random
intervals. Finally, out of desperation, I sat and watched the phenomenon. A
Gecko had learned to walk across the sensor and trigger the light. He would
then stand there until the light attracted  a moth. He would grab the moth
take it to the back of the lamp and devour it. A few minutes later he would
repeat the process.
On Sun, Apr 13, 2008 at 10:33 AM, Mike Chester  wrote:
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3) From: Sandy Andina
That's why you will never see a wild turkey trussed up on a platter,  
but rather honored as a spokesmodel for really good bourbon  ;-)
On Apr 13, 2008, at 3:33 PM, Mike Chester wrote:
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4) From: Lynne
Mike -
I love blue herons (but I admit I've never been close enough to hear what
they sound like, lol).
Years ago I lived in Newburyport, MA - right next to the ocean & Plum
Island. The 'island' is actually a peninsula, with one section for us humans
(just I saw on the news that the ocean is creeping in on the homes, and it
could disappear!), and the other is a national reserve - the Parker River
National Wildlife Refuge. Miles of beautiful sandy beaches - just the ocean
& nature (and the alloted amount of humans for that day).
We'd go there & see so many different birds that stopped there on their
migrating path - one year it was a blanket of white - I remember some egret
type birds, and so many others I never saw before. Had no camera back then
(must have been in the early '80's), but that picture stayed right in my
mind! Totally awesome!http://www.fws.gov/northeast/parkerriver/Lynne
(who is also happy to watch the seagulls here, near my current home)
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5) From: Lynne
Barry -
That must have been a hoot to watch! I would have loved to have seen that -
incredible!
Lynne
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6) From: Jim Gundlach
If you drive through the Florida Everglades you can see crows sitting  
on the fence along the road.  When you hit a bug with your windshield,  
a crow will take off and grab the bug in the air  before it gets back  
down to traffic level.
      pecan jim
On Apr 13, 2008, at 3:48 PM, Barry Luterman wrote:
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7) From: Barry Luterman
My brother lived in Newberyport until recently. He moved across the river to
Amesberry just after we scattered his wifes ashes on Plum Island
On Sun, Apr 13, 2008 at 1:29 PM, Lynne  wrote:
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8) From: Lynne
Barry -
I lived in Amesbury, too. Was just telling my son, today, how we had an
unexpected intruder when we lived there (I was alone, at night, with my then
three little children). Was a new mother back then, but I found my
mother-voice, yelled at him & scared him off!
I'm sorry for your brother's loss - but, you know, that's beautiful. I've
always said that I'd like to be cremated when I leave this earth,
but never could figure out a fitting place for my ashes to be scattered.
Plum Island - now that's perfect. Now I know what I'll tell my kids as my
final wishes. The beauty & peace at that little place is just - well... me.
I loved it there. Don't have a car right now, and even if I did, with the
price of gas - I still wouldn't get up there, I guess.
(getting to that age where I think about these things - past, present, &
what may come, in the future...)
Lynne
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