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Interesting--

Yes I am procrastinating. But, I do want to do it on a day off in the morning so that I can go out and see how they are adjusting throughout the day. I am working 10-7 this month and don't get home until 8. I won't have enough time to monitor them this late in the day.

I am considering taking some drop time in the middle of this week, like a half day to do it. If I don't take drop time it will be this weekend. I've got to watch the weather and see what day it's supposed to be $hitty weather before I decide. (drop time is time we can take off during the week if we work a weekend, FYI)

Take your time , I just saw that a big cat is headed your way
Just give them a view of the outdoors that qualifies as being outside in chicken speak.
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Taking to middle of the day drinking?? Port is strictly meant for an after dinner tipple, perhaps with an after-dinner cheese board, or maybe even with a chocolate or full-flavored fruit dessert. No wonder you need a nap.

But I do love scalloped potatoes, and haven't had them for a while...I just might have to make some soon.
I swear, pretty soon my posts will be nothing but gibberish--and no one, certainly not me, will be able to figure out what they should have said.

I still think it's pretty much the fault of the gabapentin--not only does it make me goofy it also really impairs my ability to effectively edit my posts.

Mel, I caught that port vs pork error long after I had any ability to correct it--and added to my problems there is the computer related problem that causes a system slow down for anything that involves typing and I end up with stuff where the first one or several letters of a word are missing and at the other end of words it truncates them by dropping the final letters--make it look a lot like I no longer understand the uses of cases and/or plurals.

DANG! I don't even like port--if I'm drinking something red (wine--not koolade) I prefer a cabernet or merlot. I'm not the one traditionally invited to have port with the good ol' boys (and a good cigar, fruit, cheese or even chocolate) after dinner.

<SNORT> The very thought of that scenario makes me laugh...

But I definitely like pork chops and scalloped potatoes--and it was good yesterday and I have leftovers too...yum!

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Yup, Kenny is right--you do need a puppy, John--a nice, feisty, red puppy bitch who will ultimately grow up to be one of Michelle's infamous BAD LIL' BITCHES.

Remind me to tell you the story of the day that Rayden met Jazz.

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I swear, pretty soon my posts will be nothing but gibberish--and no one, certainly not me, will be able to figure out what they should have said.
Maybe that's why you fit in so well here. Birds of a feather and all that sort of stuff.
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Donít wrong Aunt B , I understand what your saying

Just had lunch and get take some meds for my PIA neck , sprayed one load and my neck is about to kill me
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Cool story Aunt B ! know wonder you have great stories to tell us ! I have been to S.D. , loved the Black Hills , no wonder the Indians fought so hard for them .
I actually came from almost the center of the state--and the closest I've ever come to the Black Hills was coming back from Vermont--Hwy 90 (maybe--not sure which Interstate goes by the southern side of the Black Hills) but what I saw was beautiful and I've had people tell me the area is some of the most stunning scenery you'll ever see in the continental USA.

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Never been to CA , had a chance back around 1991 Or so , we had won the UMRA championship here and there is a big race in CA on Thanksgiving for both 3/4 and full size midgets , a full midget team said they had room in there trailer for our stuff and wanted to see us go out there and kick some CA butt , lol I thought about it , but we had to fly out our crew and driver + we had , had a long season + wife said she wasnít going + it was on Thanksgiving night , which made no difference to me , lol but it was. The cost that done us in . Have regretted that thinking many times

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Well, DoK--California is pretty amazing as a State but when I first saw it (1963) it was a lot more amazing. Anywhere, from the center of the state to the southern border still had acres and acres of farms and orchards. Now an awful lot of the very best scenery is filled with overlapping suburbs of cities. Los Angeles sort of runs into San Diego and the same thing happens up around San Francisco it's kind of surrounded by Oakland across the bay and San Jose to the south. Sacramento has swallowed the dozens of small towns around it and it and Stockton run into each other.

But at least if you'd made it there for racing you'd have been on familiar ground and probably would have been stuck sightseeing in the suburbs. <VBG>

So Kenny--did you follow LadyDi's directions for fixing a sore neck? How's it feeling now? Clark (the big cat) ended up sleeping on the back of my neck last night--I was sleeping (uneasily on my right side because any other position makes my sciatic nerve scream at me and that wakes me up)--and woke up because I was too warm (it was a warm and sticky night because of the rain yesterday) but as it turned out I was also too warm because Clark had plastered himself on the back of my neck and across my shoulder. Bizarre--he's never slept there before. But I can send him back to you--he definitely makes a good neck wrap.

And as for how I'm going to get any work done taking all these naps--you were on such a roll the other day I figured that I'd just import you to take care of my work, fortunately this isn't my busy season and I don't have beans to spray...

I guess I should go finish planting the rest of the late summer blooming bulbs--and transplant the stuff that's blooming in tiny pots under the hosta's. Euuuu--maybe I need a nap first....

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Maybe that's why you fit in so well here. Birds of a feather and all that sort of stuff.
LOL--ya' think?

Mel? I haven' been to the library since you posted that video--is it a cougar?

If if was, Dog Dog you will definitely not be wanting to go our after dark--and stay away from stuff that's taller than you are--bad things for dogs lurk on top of branches, cliffs and balcony's.

And speaking of "birds of a feather..." I just saw a short segment of the flamingo rescue going on in South Africa of a couple of thousand eggs when all water dried up in some big areas where flamingos normally nest, lay eggs and raise their young. It was so dry the was no water, so no food and everything that usually summered in the area had to abandon it. Rescuers went in and gathered up as many eggs as they could, took them back to some centers they had put together, hatched the eggs that were still viable, helping some emerging chicks who were so weak they couldn't actually break out of the shells (something that would not normally be done and then fed them until they were big enough to turn loose in the flocks that had moved out for water and food. Nestling flamingos seem to be a lot smarter that baby checks--and rather more attractive.

MMMMMhad leftover pork chops and scalloped potatoes for breakfast--excellent!.

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Donít wrong Aunt B , I understand what your saying

Just had lunch and get take some meds for my PIA neck , sprayed one load and my neck is about to kill me
Hey Kenny,

LadyDi's treatment usually works for muscle sprains and strains but I went back to work after a 4 day dog show circuit and had done something to myself while stacking crates, loading crates--quelling the excitement of underexercised and over muscled young dogs and stacking ex-pens into the front bumper carrier on the van and had a neck that didn't want me to move it (yeah--turn shoulders to turn neck) and a right shoulder that didn't want me to move my right arm.

Our surgery tech watched me favoring all this stuff and came and handed me a green tablet--said take this and a full glass of water. Two hours later everything that was stuck and painful was loose and worked again.

The stuff is Orudis KT--it's main active ingredient is ketoprofen and you might want to ask a pharmacist if you have to be off all other NSAID's before you take this stuff. But boy oh boy did it work.

Hope you feel better soon

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Yup...a mountain lion.
I remember when the kids were little and walking to school, every so often they would post a sign saying that one had been spotted somewhere and to be careful. But I hadn't seen any announcements for a long time...I always figured our big fire destroyed enough habitat that they moved west away from the edge of town.

But I guess not. Or else the burned area has recovered enough (it's been 7 years...we were evacuated during the last week of June, 2012) that there are good hiding places around. I know the deer never moved out, so there are things for the mountain lions to eat here anyway.

Another thing they tell you if you meet a mountain lion--don't bend over to pick up a rock or stick to throw; they're much more likely to attack then. You're supposed to make yourself look as big and threatening as possible. I wouldn't mind seeing one in the distance when I'm out and about, but don't particularly want to see one up close and personal. And I don't even like walking at dusk on any trails around here.
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Yup...a mountain lion.
I remember when the kids were little and walking to school, every so often they would post a sign saying that one had been spotted somewhere and to be careful. But I hadn't seen any announcements for a long time...I always figured our big fire destroyed enough habitat that they moved west away from the edge of town.

But I guess not. Or else the burned area has recovered enough (it's been 7 years...we were evacuated during the last week of June, 2012) that there are good hiding places around. I know the deer never moved out, so there are things for the mountain lions to eat here anyway.

Another thing they tell you if you meet a mountain lion--don't bend over to pick up a rock or stick to throw; they're much more likely to attack then. You're supposed to make yourself look as big and threatening as possible. I wouldn't mind seeing one in the distance when I'm out and about, but don't particularly want to see one up close and personal. And I don't even like walking at dusk on any trails around here.
Dear Mel,

Please follow directions given for keeping DogDog safe when there are cougars possible in your (and his) area. Daylight walks only, not dusk or night walks (and I hear carrying a big heavy stick isn't a bad idea at all) and stay out from under any overhanging things that might support a cougar as they are among the big cats who really want to drop on you unexpectedly.

Luv ABTLH, Toad and even the kitties (who aren't at much risk here since they are indoor only and I don't think a cougar has been seen in these parts since about 1855.)
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We call them cougars here in the PNW. I personally have been stalked twice by them. Both times in the same basic area, in the middle of the day. It was in the defined "wilderness", yet a stones throw from a popular recreational area, and bustling town.

Things have really gotten worse since hunting cougars and bears with dogs was banned in Oregon years ago.

I never hike in the backwoods unless armed.

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No Aunt B . I feel like dog crap , to me . Its getting worse , in my damn left shoulder , up into my neck .

I tried the laying down with a pillow . I think Di was trig to kill me ! Man that hurt ! got up this morning and couldn't even move my neck , I think it got stiffer over night from not moving it .

And no jokes about it getting stiffer over night - this is some serious chit here

Wish I had some Prednisone sitting around

Think I will lay down next to my personal nurse , Ali she takes good cave of ole dad
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No Aunt B . I feel like dog crap , to me . Its getting worse , in my damn left shoulder , up into my neck .

I tried the laying down with a pillow . I think Di was trig to kill me ! Man that hurt ! got up this morning and couldn't even move my neck , I think it got stiffer over night from not moving it .

And no jokes about it getting stiffer over night - this is some serious chit here

Wish I had some Prednisone sitting around

Think I will lay down next to my personal nurse , Ali she takes good cave of ole dad

Rolled up towel to support your neck........not a pillow!!!
Either way ...you better get some professional help soon.......
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Let's hear it for butterfly bushes!


Hope you get and feel better soon, Ken.
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which showed up on a house's security camera a couple of days ago, somewhere less than 1/2 mile from my place, judging from the little info they gave on the report. But I can't figure out where.

I guess I won't be letting the dog out anytime after dark for a while.
Yep!

One was spotted here in Oklahoma a few weeks back. In a residential area, caught on security camera strolling just like that atop their concrete fence.

Why everyone thinks it's usual, I don't know.

Everyone is encroaching upon their domain. What did they expect?

Cougars/Mountain Lions/Pumas are beautiful creatures.

The one that was filmed here was named Monte.

Homeowners were A-okay with living in existence with it. Hope they are smart enough to watch over their kids and pets.
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Just give them a view of the outdoors that qualifies as being outside in chicken speak.
And, I suppose either you or Kenny gave it a map to Guthrie.

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Cuz?

Can I talk you into posting the coop pics? I'm not asking you to share your unfinished movie yet, but would like for you all to see updated pics of the coop!

Pretty please? I will let you get first dibs on Ma's room when you are here!

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Hope you get and feel better soon, Ken.
I never could get a butterfly bush to grow.

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This is difficult for me. Hope they come through!
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Just crippling along here!
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Dang! That was laborious!

I am going to get a beer and smoke a cig!

I am plumb wore out!

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LMAO!

That was an epic FAIL!

All I have to say for myself is, I tried!

ROTF!
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Here ya go Cuz!!!! The Scoop on the Coop ...trailer 2....STAYED TUNED !!!
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