obieone wrote: »
High of 88*f today in SC
mhardy6647 wrote: »
We had a kestrel hanging around in the back yard today -- turns out he was looking for something to eat. After snooping around the bird feeders, he nailed some small (unidentified) song bird & then sat on a fencepost out back and had a feast. Natural selection is not pretty :-P
tonyb wrote: »
lol...your local Wild-e Coyote newsletter probably has a story too of invading humans causing all sorts of problems. Stop feeding those pesky humans...lol.
If you leave nature alone, it takes care of itself. Living with it with minimal intervention is key to enjoying it.
Sure, at times the deer come into the yard and eat flowers, so what....they grow back. Plant deer resistant flowers and shrubs then and you won't have that problem. Think I'll go have a turkey sandwich now, I'm hungry.
xjghost wrote: »
Yea I think she's pretty.
motorhead43026 wrote: »
Polkie2009 wrote: »
The first gen. Toronados especially had some very innovative designs for their time. Front wheel drive , unique body designs and frame, you don't see many of those old Toronados any more.
voltz wrote: »
Nice Boots there Herm
Rick88 wrote: »
The crappy cell phone pics don't do the bike justice, as the silver metallic paint really sparkles in the sunlight. I have to get the good camera out soon to take some good pictures of the bike...
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