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wRitErsbLock

oh, fine, racial profile those poor storms

Laura

I was feeling the same as you, I'm SICK of hurricanes in general. I was planning a post about hurricane prep, but ran out of steam. who cares by now? I may develop momentum to write more about it if we're forced to prepare if a storm comes here.

and, $15,000 deductible? damn!

I hear ya on the Visa card expenses tho. I don't think people realize how expensive it is to prepare for these storms.

Be safe up there, and keep your life jackets handy!

Mighty Mo

At least I know where to find you-------------just follow the arrows and look under the big red dot and thre you are. We are re-naming you to "He who lives under the big red dot."

roxie

love the idea about naming the hurricanes arab or persian names...classic
from sunny so cal (land of the earthquakes)

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Seen at low tide

  • American White Pelican
    Saw 30 in one flock on a weptember evening while fishing
  • Hummingbird
    Finally, my first hummingbirds. Saw them on a fire bush in Crystal Beach, FL. My rental's neighbor's yard is all xeriscaped, which is ugly to me but just fine with the little hummers. At first, I thought they were the biggest hornets I'd ever seen.
  • Flamingo!
    One of these dudes flew right over my house. I couldn't believe it. And please don't tell me it was a roseated spoonbill because it was a frickin' flamingo, dude! Huge and pink and right there above me. I was like so freaking out, you know?
  • Falcon!
    Don't see these guys too often. Wish we did. Bet the morning doves don't.
  • Black Skimmer
    These beauties are getting scarce, but one flew by yesterday at low tide on the hunt for minnows.
  • Dead sea turtle
    cool, but smelly
  • Reddish Egret
    These have been hanging out around the pool quite a bit lately. Must be a new group of adolesent birds -- the youngsters like to hunt where the water is clear, and it takes them a day to figure out there are not now and never will be fish in the swimming pool no matter how clear the water.
  • Sand Piper
  • Brown Pelican
    I saw a flock of about 200 of these at Disappearing Island yesterday, just south of Anclote Island on the west coast of FL. Good to see such a large flock.
  • Wood Pecker
    They've developed a sudden interest in the orange tree, which just went into bloom.
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