Originally Posted By: SleeveTuggerIt is an otter, and I didn't realize they were so fierce either. I was surprised two wolves didn't take it down.The otter didn't didn't just run, it went on the offensive too. Tough little guy. Like the scrappy littl
We had a forecast of apocalyptic proportions for today. 6-8" or more, it's going to snow for 18 hours starting early AM. Then it went down to 3-5", then down to 1-3", then down to "well let's see what happens." Went to bed,
I'm rather relieved to hear that since I'd been fretting over reports I'd been hearing about Columbus getting dumpt on a couple times... When you stopped posting for a while, I had visions of you digging out or w/o power. As for me.. perhaps you'd
yes, I located the Archive and spent an enjoyable afternoon there. I also Googled the author and got to know more about him as well. Having creds with National Geographic* can't help but be impressive. * the New York Times, Life, Time, Au
A woman doesn't come home one night. The next day she tells her husband that she had slept over at a girlfriend's house. The husband texts his wife's 10 best friends. None of them know anything about it. A man doesn’t come home one night. The next
We've been very lucky here in Central OH. I've only shoveled snow 3 or 4 times. One was 4", the rest 2" or less. We've had four or five single digit nights and two nights below zero, but no days below zero or single digit highs. Only two hi
Originally Posted By: Celandine ...and I find it fascinating... that you live in a state where the "Buffalo" roam! …not to mention Wolves, Otters, and sundry Beasts! Can we just leave the GOP outta this ??
...and I find it fascinating... that you live in a state where the "Buffalo" roam! ...not to mention Wolves, Otters, and sundry Beasts! LOL Here in 'Jersey WE'RE considered "Back Woods" by people in Nu Yawk... I guess everyt
A professional Minnesota photographer has launched a new project that I watch every day now. He posts a short video (approx. a minute in length)each day for the entire year concerning wildlife/nature in Northern Minnesota. Hope you enjoy it. natur
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