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Old 03-09-2011, 02:18 PM   #4176
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Glad your puppies are doing well.

I actually had to call 911 on Monday because a huge moose was trapped in my yard. He got over the fence but he couldn't get back out. Of course, my dogs went beserk, paniced the moose and she started charging them. I finally got the dogs back in before they got stomped by the now crazy moose. Anyway, moosed kicked a section of fence down to escape and the dogs are okay... What a truly awful day Monday turned out to be!

The largest "land animals" in my yard are my dogs. We've had racoons and skunks and squirrels, but they don't stay very long.

If I see a moose in my back yard, I'll have to check if someone spiked my pop.
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Old 03-09-2011, 02:22 PM   #4177
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OMG a moose in your yard, and to think I was all worked up about noodles in the tub lol!
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Old 03-09-2011, 02:26 PM   #4178
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OMG a moose in your yard, and to think I was all worked up about noodles in the tub lol!
Honestly, I'd DEFINITELY be more worked up over noodles in the tub. Calling the troopers for a misplaced moose is unnerving... but free! Plumbers... not so free!!!
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Old 03-09-2011, 02:39 PM   #4179
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Honestly, I'd DEFINITELY be more worked up over noodles in the tub. Calling the troopers for a misplaced moose is unnerving... but free! Plumbers... not so free!!!
Tell me about it, and it was so gross!
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Old 03-09-2011, 02:45 PM   #4180
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I understand gross!!! When moose get scared they crap MOUNTAINS of moose nuggets, which one of my dogs was more than willing to roll in. I do not like washing moose poop off dogs, but at least it was the little dog and not an 80lb one. I guess I just needed to be distracted on Monday.
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Old 03-11-2011, 01:49 AM   #4181
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Wow! That was not what I wanted to hear right before going to bed... We're under a tsunami warning with estimated initial wave arrival at 0416. Guess I'll be staying up tonight. Glad I live on the side of a mountain so that I'm not one of those advised to evacuate. Damn those Japanese earthquakes!
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Old 03-11-2011, 02:28 AM   #4182
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Glad your puppies are doing well.

I actually had to call 911 on Monday because a huge moose was trapped in my yard. He got over the fence but he couldn't get back out. Of course, my dogs went beserk, paniced the moose and she started charging them. I finally got the dogs back in before they got stomped by the now crazy moose. Anyway, moosed kicked a section of fence down to escape and the dogs are okay... What a truly awful day Monday turned out to be!
We had a cow moose... with a calf... grazing maybe 50 feet from our house a few years back when the kids were smaller. I wouldn't let them go outside to play as long as she was there... momma moose can be very, very protective (read: dangerous).

We had an interesting "wildlife watching" experience last week... a pair of bald eagles were divebombing this poor little duck on the river. The duck saw 'em and dived under the water but they were waiting for it to re-surface. The second time the duck submerged, he swam about 200 yards upstream from the eagles, who were still waiting where he went underwater... and took flight, escaping pretty much unscathed.
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Old 03-11-2011, 02:59 AM   #4183
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We had a cow moose... with a calf... grazing maybe 50 feet from our house a few years back when the kids were smaller. I wouldn't let them go outside to play as long as she was there... momma moose can be very, very protective (read: dangerous).

We had an interesting "wildlife watching" experience last week... a pair of bald eagles were divebombing this poor little duck on the river. The duck saw 'em and dived under the water but they were waiting for it to re-surface. The second time the duck submerged, he swam about 200 yards upstream from the eagles, who were still waiting where he went underwater... and took flight, escaping pretty much unscathed.
In Anchorage several years ago, a momma moose stomped a Japanese tourist to death when it tried to get close to the calf to take a picture. You are right... momma moose are VERY dangerous!

I've actually see an eagle pick a salmon out of the water. It had a little trouble flying off with it, but after almost stalling out, off it went. They are awesome creatures those eagles. But I say... YEA for the little duck!
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Old 03-11-2011, 03:28 AM   #4184
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Wow! That was not what I wanted to hear right before going to bed... We're under a tsunami warning with estimated initial wave arrival at 0416. Guess I'll be staying up tonight. Glad I live on the side of a mountain so that I'm not one of those advised to evacuate. Damn those Japanese earthquakes!

Talk about an appropriate smilie.

Good thing halibut are flat. They'll make great doormats when they wash ashore.
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Old 03-11-2011, 06:59 AM   #4185
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Talk about an appropriate smilie.

Good thing halibut are flat. They'll make great doormats when they wash ashore.
Do you mean flounder?
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Old 03-11-2011, 07:00 AM   #4186
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Do you mean flounder?

As in they flounder or a Flounder?
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They're halibut!
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Old 03-11-2011, 12:19 PM   #4189
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Just in case I don't get another chance today... all you reppers out there, HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND!
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Old 03-11-2011, 12:57 PM   #4191
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Bright and sunny... 32 degrees! Spring has arrived.
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Sunny and low 80's, hope everyone has an awesome weekend and CBF1 says hello as well.
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Ummmm...its like 15 and blowing like no ones business. Full blown blizzard, preceeded by slushy rain makes for fun...roads closed from dickinson to jamestown probably to nearly fargo by now. another pileup on the interstate. People said they were driving and it was like a wall of 0 visibility hit and all the sudden bam they stopped. Yea gonna be a fun night. And with as wet and slushy the early stuff was there is gonna be power outages tonight.
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Are any of you interested I'm certainly not qualified.

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Old 03-14-2011, 01:33 AM   #4196
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And for all you math geeks out there... HAPPY PI DAY!!
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Maybe spring might arrive sometime soon here... raining like crazy and a heat wave at 41 degrees...
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Well, it is cold here today as it was yesterday! We are expecting the sun to shine and 68 by St. Patty's Day!
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And for all you math geeks out there... HAPPY PI DAY!!
Did you also know, it is Albert Einstein's Birthday!
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