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LisaG1967

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Re: Beak Room 2022
« Reply #13200 on: October 03, 2022, 01:03:10 PM »

Good Afternoon Puff, Phyl and all  :)

Just got back from the eye doctor's, and still dilated, so forgive me if there are mistakes in my post.  :D

oldguy - We were in the upper 40's here this morning, and it has not got much above that.  It's a rainy, windy day.  Pretty tree!

Lani - Thanks for the bear study update.  Hope you and Aly can unpack everything before the rain comes.  Good luck to Mike today.   :-*

kb - Glad that your shop is not smelling of gasoline anymore.  Sure hope nothing has happened to Ms. Tower. 

tsk - Pretty morning greeting!

jaspurr - You're welcome.  I'm having another cup now.

Peep - Thanks for the TRR pics!  How cool is that, a puffin walking all over you!

clynn - Thanks for the video from wskrsnwings.  Jeff says, AWWWWW, the raccoon pics from Wild Heart.

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« Reply #13201 on: October 03, 2022, 01:05:37 PM »

oldguy - Thanks for that drone video of Sanibel Island.

What struck me is how dense the island is!...and for the most part, the buildings were intact....the trees and landscape well total devastation.

On a map the island looks so small and yet it looks like tons of people live on the island. I can now see why if you lived in a sturdy structure including the 5 story condos? one might feel safe enough to hang on..

Mr. Tower is still here waiting.. ;D

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Re: Beak Room 2022
« Reply #13202 on: October 03, 2022, 01:10:53 PM »



Fall colors just starting here along the mighty Mississippi!

When on my walk some were turning here just south of Minneapolis...
Am slow watering my arbors now as it was such a drought here in a suburb on Minneapolis....

With my windows open I just heard the screeching!....Mr Tower just chased 2 red tail hawks off the water tower...hope he returns.

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« Reply #13203 on: October 03, 2022, 01:31:31 PM »

KB    Good that you got the generator issue resolved.  I agree with your comments to OG on the Sanibel vid.

LANI   Thanks for Lynn's interesting report on One-Eyed Jack - wonder how far he followed him - and the intelligent Corvids

OLDGUY  What's amazing in that rescue effort video is to see 2 or 3 homes still standing in the middle of all the wreckage. :o   Then there is the no expense build house that made it!   Maru gets excited over very little  LOL   That's about how a few of the maples are looking here.
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« Reply #13204 on: October 03, 2022, 03:26:51 PM »

KB, the fall foliage is beautiful.

One-eyed Jack.  :D. I will remember the Honey Oat Granola Bars if I find myself in Bear Country.  Also the jingle bells recommended by BL.  The Wildlife Center of VA has 5 first year cubs that they will be keeping for the winter.  All were either orphaned or hit by cars and nursed back to health by their outstanding veterinary staff and interns.  They will tag and release them next spring.  Time to make a little trip to the Center.  I will find out if they know about the Granola Bars.  LOL

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« Reply #13205 on: October 03, 2022, 05:55:39 PM »

I caved, and turned on the heat already!  It’s too chilly with this rain.

Have a good night, everyone!

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« Reply #13206 on: October 03, 2022, 05:58:29 PM »


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Maggie in chair next to me... occassionally snoring.  :-*

Puff thanks for apple info.  Did some research on my own, Publix doesn't sell in store. and, from I can gather it's an New England apple. And  trees can be purchased thru  online retailer like Stark Bros and the fruit can be purchased  from retailers like Amazon.
The Honey crisp apple is sold by Publix online via Instacart No mention in store sales.  Since I buy so much online. I know where I can get them.  ;)

Lisa for the most part here kids go to Halloween 'gatherings' sponsored by schools, churches or communities/neighborhoods as it's safer.  But I still remember the 'good 'ol days' of Halloween as a child.
My late father loved Great Northern beans and ham soup ...with some green onion stalks and saltines.  Mom made it from scratch using the dried beans having soaked them, etc.  For me it's okay. I loved her beef stew   ;)

Clynn great Ukraine this AM; cute Happy Monday hedgehog; I may hav to post Flyaway cam (The Driftless) later in the AM. But I do love the sunrises. Oh my word! Just love that adorable Wild Heart Ranch critter! Some quick camera  work. Thanks for sharing Wskrsnwings Live FB on H and M-15. Vicki was so upset as we all are ...the tears. {{Vicki}} Sending lots of hope and prayers  that couples way.

Eagles nice to have you around Beak regularly.  JIm did good today. Said he's tired. Lungs clear so maybe heart is working better than I think.   Had my mind on other 'things', sorry. But, you still on your 'special' outting? Your little Star is in good hands

KB winky, winky Snowy Owl.   :).   Mr. Tower is waiting patiently.  Hopefully, Mrs. 'Tower won't be later than November.
 Don't have to corral or stuff those spiders anywhere...Maggie gets them and smashes them betwix her paws and the floor. Leaves them for dead that they are...such a good 'mouser' that  'ol lady.  :-*

Tsk I ought to have read further and I'd had all the infor needed in you post.  ::) LOL  I hope you get those SweetTangos. Jim said the store staff took good care of him when he took his lunch break some of the girls  put his feet up .   ;D    Really luv your AM image.  That teapot and cup w/ the ivy trim will go great in my kitchen.  :)  LOL

Lani how Mike's MRI go?  And, did you and Aly get the truck all emptied in time?  So glad you have her at home. I can remember how it felt to be home as an adult .  :)
Many thanks for update on  One-eye Jack and Corvid clean up. A great  photo of him . I don't believe you'd share the granola bars. Nope!  Nope!
Those crows do good work.  ;)  Thank you Dr. Rogers, for all you do. 

Oldguy thanks for your post/links. Esp  appreciate the drone over Sanibel Is.  :'(   Those  well built homes vid, just goes to show, eh?  the contrast between the vegatation and out building destruction...
 I have sound probs so don't hear the sound on the other vid.  Oh yes I've set aside some time to work on it.  Pretty gradient turnng maple tree.








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Re: Beak Room 2022
« Reply #13207 on: October 03, 2022, 06:08:05 PM »



Wishing Beakers a 'Good Night' with lots of SEDs.
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« Reply #13208 on: October 03, 2022, 06:10:09 PM »

Good Morning Beakers

BrokenLug - Are you camping in NC?

LisaG - No, it's just a gaggle of us ol' squids renting a house hanging out in the 'tower room'.
The sea is to rough to be out in a 24' boat fishing unfortunately, but there's plenty of other fun to be had down here.

Fishing out of Teach's Lair Marina on Patty's Pride, Captain Kirk's boat.

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« Reply #13209 on: October 03, 2022, 06:35:32 PM »

JASPURR  Better bring enough of the oat Granola Bars - 16 right?  LOL   Hope you would get to see those cubs at the Wildlife Center  :D

PHYL   Good to hear Jim had a good day with a lot of attention  ;) ;)  He is one tough guy.  Cute PB spider cookies  ;D
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« Reply #13210 on: October 03, 2022, 06:37:23 PM »

Good Evening Beakers

Our favorite apple for eating and baking is the Cortland - a large apple with a short storage life, 3-4 months, so is only available in the fall - I have not seen them in the stores yet.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cortland_(apple)

Another video from Walter Santi on  vacation
Incredible Crashing Waves at the Cape of Good Hope aka Cape of Storms !!   -   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KmgXDtAhZ10

Woman brings an unwanted kitten home   -   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFVe0ISQmY4


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« Reply #13211 on: October 03, 2022, 08:53:00 PM »

 ;D Quincy and Puma  ;D
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« Reply #13212 on: October 03, 2022, 11:33:36 PM »

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« Reply #13213 on: October 04, 2022, 12:09:49 AM »

Puffin photographer Kevin Morgans with his subjects walking all over him!  ;D

It is easy to forget how small puffins really are for such a hearty sea bird!  :-*



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« Reply #13214 on: October 04, 2022, 01:04:44 AM »

Lisa, I made sloppy joe's for Mike tonight, it's his favorite! Long Day, emptied the van by noon, returned it, and went with Mike to the valley for his MRI. They delayed it 45 minutes.

Clynn, I love ham and beans, very comforting and yummy. My mom made it a lot! I love it, but Mike and the girls didn't, so I only made once a year during the winter... raccoon is adorable. {{{Wskrnwings}}} bless her  :-*

Peep {{{Benji}}}  :-*

Jaspurr, the baby raccoons are adorable. .. One-eyed Jack and granola bar LOL  ;D

Tsk, I've never heard of sweetango apples... I like Honeycrisp, I'll have to look for Sweetango apples when we go to the valley.

Oldguy, gorgeous Red Maple... thanks for the video updates of Sanibel.. tragic, hard to look at  :'( ..

Kb, ditto on your comments to Oldguy regarding Sanibel ... beautiful owl... I hope Mrs Tower returns soon.

Phyl, MRI went well... we emptied the van by noon. We had boxes/couch/bed/other bits of furniture organized and covered.... I'm tired, glad to hear Jim's first day back at work went well and his co-workers took care of him.

Good night!




Good night Dear Beakers, Cheers, Jewel Family, and Friends, Peace be with you throughout the night and always,

Sweet Eagle Dreams, Tsk, Clynn, Eagles4, Lisa,Jaspurr, RubyRed246, Baz, Karen, Ezee, Puff, Lori, Blschue, Lilbro, Tig, Eburg, Lindy, Pink, Oldguy, ssrl, Firetruck, Weasel, Jilltosa, Maxie, Masswatch, Paulie, DeborahG, MpMom and Pete, BL and Pip, Godiva, Kb, laniebelle, OnEagleWings, Keystone, WW JW, NWarg, Garmohoff, Nrstooge, WendyC3, Tigeag, T40, Ginger, Cwellsla, Indy, Nanimal, Julie, Bggolden, Nora, Rewrap4u, Eaglesrock, Teamcarnes, Seabeeinch, Walton, Sparky, Wilson, Tulsaducati, EagleDave, Xullah, Omasawyer, izzysamlikeseagles, bustopbird, Neva, Yank, Linda.L, smrf, nhJane, Cando.
 
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Prayers For Lori and her grandma Clute, Puff, Tsk's friend Pam and Hubby, Pink's mother, Karen and TA, Maxie and Larry, Camper's daughter, Ed's sis Gina, Tsk's Barb & Tom, Baz great niece and family, Tim, Eagle's Kris and son, Peep's friend's family, Clynn's DIL's mom, Ed's friend Greg, Tsk's friend, Clynn's friend Kay, Puff's brother, Masswatch hubby Jamey, Pip's Dad, Ezee, EagleFanDave, Tim's Uncle, Paulie's granddaughter Madison, Emy and family, Clynn's mom and Ed,  Lori's grandmother, Tim, Tim's son and grandson, WW JW, Keystone, Jilltosa, Eaglesrock cousin Michael, Thyla/Anne, Neva's family, Weasel and family, and All here in need of healing and comforting.

Special Prayers For Phyl, Jim and Maggie, Karen and TA, Blschue and family, Eagle's Kris, Lori and family, Phyl's BIL Danny and brother Dan.

Special prayers for All God's creature great and small, For Lucy, Reggae, Taffy Apple, Maggie, Little One and all those like her, Dunrovin Harriet, Hellgate Iris, TRR rescue babies, Eagles's Star, The Fairy Penguins, Berry Mom,  Juliet and Romeo, Lucy and Larry, Black Bear Ted, Alaska Bears and Wolves that they be saved, Decorah, E2/D1, Dr Rogers and Black bears Shadow and family and Wildlife Research Institute, and All God's creatures great and small.
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