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    No boats, classic automobiles etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by limitles View Post
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    No boats, classic automobiles etc.
    looks like its autumn there now? You must be far north?

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    Quote Originally Posted by country978 View Post
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    No boats, classic automobiles etc.
    looks like its autumn there now? You must be far north?
    Comparatively yes, but there is a whole lot more beyond

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    Brazos Bend is pretty cool if you’re in The area, a bunch of alligators and an observatory….worth the trip. Usually see at least one alligator, sometimes a bunch. They mostly just chill out next to the lake/marsh.

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    I oftentimes park close to a mile away from the pot store just so I can walk thru places like this on the way to and fro.


     
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    where is this?

     
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    he tries to fly under the radar with his gay big words - Big Bird

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    These are all from my normal ~6 mile loop daily walk. Deer pics are today, other 2 are within a week I think. Gets dark early around here.

    Cute city deer.

    Tougher city deer.

    A moon, Jupiter, Saturn, Venus, and Altair.

    Beavers doin' work.

    I love the 'sharpened pencil' stubs the beavers leave. When you happen to walk by them and just spot them out of nowhere, they're so well shaped, you cant help but smile. Same with the planets and stars, and the deer who refuse to lose staring contests.

     
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    From my porch today in the Sequoia National Forest:
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    My neighborhood (city, densely populated) has tons of trees and therefore tons of tree-loving animals. Squirrels that don't seem to hibernate anymore and birds that don't fly south for the winter are a constant. (I witnessed a pair of young cardinals playing tag the other day in 20° cold.)
    We also have a beach nearby, so sea birds etc. And of course, wild turkeys everywhere. This one tried to steal my sandwich while I was driving by.



    We've had coyotes in Dorchester for years, but primarily you had to go out of your way into certain spots to look for them. Nowadays, with all this prey available, coyotes can even be found on our beach. This one (stalking geese and a gull or 2) let me get kinda close.

     
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    Secret location near me

    Mid-April 2021

    Yes, that's snow on the ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Druff View Post
    Secret location near me

    Mid-April 2021

    Yes, that's snow on the ground.

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    That’s not snow…

    Jay, VT
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    Quote Originally Posted by limitles View Post
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    Saskatoon Saskatchewan, home of the Gordie Howe bridge among others and the friendliest people in North America.

    And all races I might add. Except those with yellow skin, woah

     
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    The snow pic I posted was in mid-late April in southern CA. It actually gets a lot of snow in that same spot during some winters (not right now because the entire month of January has been dry).

    The Mammoth area actually gets a lot more snow in the average year than just about everywhere on the east coast, but it's like 300 miles from me, so I can't really say that's "near" me.

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    all hail Hydra



    Originally Posted by DanDruff:Since I'm a 6'2" Republican with an average-sized nose and a last name which doesn't end with "stein", "man", or "berg", I can hide among the goyim and remain undetected unless I open my mouth about money matters.

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    Saskatoon Saskatchewan, home of the Gordie Howe bridge among others and the friendliest people in North America.

    And all races I might add. Except those with yellow skin, woah
    Yep, when I'm myself. I was born into it. I heard of a study that happiness can be associated by a sense of community.

    People who migrated to sparsely inhabited communities and those living under extreme living conditions had to rely on their neighbours often. Not as much these days but it's a thing

     
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    Sunrise looking down at the hardest stretch of Mount Hood this summer (Mount Jefferson in background). Was unseasonably warm, making things more dangerous with ice/rock breaking off. Heard lots of crumbling on that final push, scary as hell. You're completely exposed if a big chunk of something heads your way. Climbing down is much scarier, especially with the sun warming things up. A guy slipped and tumbled ~500 feet to his death into an open fumarole two days earlier on this stretch.

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    Cat walk to the summit.

    Portland is a shithole beyond repair but most things around it are incredible.
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