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Oh Deer!

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Bambi and kin taking cover near my KK. When it snows, that spot in my yard seems to be a deer refuge. The second shot is from one of the family room windows.

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The ones in my neighborhood aren't that shy! Lately, they've been coming right up to my neighbor's deck to eat the bird seed that's fallen on the ground. 

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Beautiful, HalfSmoke. We are due for 30 cm tonight but I won't likely see any deer.

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What do you call a deer with no eyes .no idea lol .what do you call a deer with no eyes and no legs .still no idea lol sorry

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<snip> "The second shot is from one of the family room windows."

 

I thought you either had an extended deer hunting season in your area or you were poaching for dinner :D 

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6 hours ago, dstr8 said:

<snip> "The second shot is from one of the family room windows."

 

I thought you either had an extended deer hunting season in your area or you were poaching for dinner :D 

The deer here are pretty thick. The other night I was was grilling after dark when I heard footsteps creeping in the woods. Very creepy, but then I gradually saw the legs right at the treeline. 

 

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Oh Deer, we better make Oh Dear.  Outside my kitchen window this morning, for about 2 hours. :)

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What fun I had, well that is stretching it a little. ;)

 

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Yowza!   Its pouring rain now with low land flooding in the Eastern Sierra.   Thankful we don't have that snow here though ... as IH8WNTR!

 

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ROFL. It is a good job I like it. Things are just so bright and fresh.

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Dang, that is some snow


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And I'm in GA complaining about it getting down to 32* last night. I guess I don't really have anything to complain about. 

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I'm just sitting back in the blistering heat down here lol the Temps I'm getting will get rid of that snow for ya

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I see that you wore your crawfishing boots while getting rid of that snow, MacKenzie. Believe it or not, I've never seen a snow blower for sale.

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Oh Poochi, you don't know what you are missing. Nothing like getting out in the fresh, clean and bright air for a couple of hours. :) 

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8 hours ago, MacKenzie said:

Oh Poochi, you don't know what you are missing. Nothing like getting out in the fresh, clean and bright air for a couple of hours. :) 

F-that!! I hate snowblowing. Good news so far here is that we haven't had but a couple of snows large enough to need it. It actually rained this morning (38F), but it's super windy right now and taking the windchills down into the single digits!! I'm not grilling tonight!! 

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Tony, I have the neatest Toro electric snow blower going and it is light, easy to operate and does do a fantastic job on the deck.

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I don't care for the snow so much any more. The other day the weather man completely blew the forecast and I ended up shoveling 1.5' of "partly cloudy" off my deck.

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19 hours ago, MacKenzie said:

Tony, I have the neatest Toro electric snow blower going and it is light, easy to operate and does do a fantastic job on the deck.

It's not about the snowblower, mines a nice Sears one, it's about the cold and blowing snow. You always get a facefull of blowing snow when the winds shift!! 

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