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Re: Beak Room 2022
« Reply #13260 on: October 04, 2022, 10:28:54 PM »

Geo has a new bright green aligator stuffie  :D


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Re: Beak Room 2022
« Reply #13261 on: October 04, 2022, 10:38:23 PM »

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Re: Beak Room 2022
« Reply #13262 on: October 04, 2022, 10:40:44 PM »

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Re: Beak Room 2022
« Reply #13263 on: October 04, 2022, 11:53:23 PM »


Peep, I love your "Happy Endings stories!"  :-* ... wonderful photo updates of the little ones.  :-*

Tsk, glad you liked Jeanne's video!!!  ;D

Lisa, You can put ham in my potato soup recipe. Mike likes it without ham or anything else. He's picky .... I'll send the recipe to you.

Jaspurr, awww {{{Friday}}} what a wonderful story of your very special family pet... I agree about Grazier, she's a great mom/teacher/defender!

T40, I'm sorry to hear of the passing of Willard Holthaus, a wonderful friend of RRP and especially the Decorah eagles. A life well lived.

Lori, thanks for sharing the great collection of photos of Harriet/M15 building their nest. They are an awesome pair, hard workers with a couple of glitches  :o , but they are determined and the nest is off to a great start.  :-*

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.
 
Thinking of and missing, Jilltosa, Godiva, MpMom and Pete, Marrymo, Smb, Naimoj, Thyla/Anne, D7Birder, Indy, Neva, EagleDave, Maryanne, TxTeacher, Smb, Alice, Chippy, and those who have not been with us for a while.

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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Re: Beak Room 2022
« Reply #13264 on: October 05, 2022, 06:07:02 AM »

Good Morning...Happy Wednesday!



Currently: 44F and clear   Our forecast for the day:  high of 80 F  and a nighttime low of 45F .


 Sad to read  of the passing of Willard Holthaus, blessing and  friend to RRP and the Decorah eagles.

Lori thanks for sharing the photo collage  of Harriet/M15 building their nest.  Their  nest is off to a great start.  Really enjoyed this post.


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Re: Beak Room 2022
« Reply #13265 on: October 05, 2022, 06:10:01 AM »

The English language is, weird.
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Re: Beak Room 2022
« Reply #13266 on: October 05, 2022, 06:31:29 AM »

Mississippi River Flyway Cam



Oct 5, 2022 6:26 AM
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Oct 5, 2022 6:28 AM
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Re: Beak Room 2022
« Reply #13267 on: October 05, 2022, 06:39:15 AM »



HI BEAKERS

JASPURR   I so enjoyed the story about your family rabbit.  thanks  :)

PHYL  "..An old version of windows"   LOLOL   Very inviting look to the front porch  ;) ;)   Jim is one amazing guy  :)  Guessed right on the falcon  ;) ;)   Gorgeous flyway this AM  :o

LORI   SWFL - Those two really know how to build a nest. - Now to figure a way to get them hurricane proof.  ??? ??? :o

LANI   Awwww  sweet kitties.

PEEPS   Love all the beautiful and soft blankets they have for the baby sloths to cuddle in.
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Re: Beak Room 2022
« Reply #13268 on: October 05, 2022, 06:57:47 AM »

Good Morning Beakers


Phyl - I see you caught the sunrise at Flyway, so pretty!

Lori - Thanks for the SWFL update.   :)

Peep - Cute pics from TRR!

Lani - Thanks! 

tsk - Cute Autumn greeting. 

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Re: Beak Room 2022
« Reply #13269 on: October 05, 2022, 07:04:46 AM »

Good Morning Beakers! Good morning Phyl, tsk, Lisa & Lani!

 

Phyl, cute little grape teapot! I have two old teapots that are cats, I'll try to remember to get a picture of them for Caturday!  I guessed right for the fastest airborne animal... It's nice to hear that Jim felt good enough to mow... Funny, the pre-internet Windows chat room! Kitty hugs for Maggie... :-* :-* Beautiful early sunrise on the Flyway!

Lani, when will you and Mike hear about the MRI? Prayers said and fingers crossed... LOVED the Jeanne Robertson, she is so dang funny!

Lori, thanks for the SWFL pictures and info, looks like Harriet and M15 are working on the original nest!

jaspurr, your Mother sounds like she was a very loving person, your pet rabbit had the best of everything!

tsk, I can't really find out if the cam is still on the SWF nest tree, I had thought they said that the cams were all there, all but the one on the ground from the tree that fell. But the cam is not on yet! I would think it would be on if possible, to watch the nest building...

Just found this: On SWFL FB page - Denise Kikkawa Segura - Apparently ,the cams are intact but there is no power, so they do not know for sure if they work. They do not appear damaged. The pond cam is still where it was mounted, but the tree is not where it should be… It is on the ground.

SWFL - 10/4/2022: thanks to Donna Lee for these wonderful and precious photos of Harriet and M15
OCTOBER 4, 2022..Tuesday... I was able to get a hold of a few people and it was safe for me to venture to Harriet's & M's without interfering with all the emergency response teams out there. There was a line of 10 police cars that did make there way down Bayshore, but I was at the church safetly parked out of the way. Knowing the devestation down here it was goosebumps watching them pass...Harriet & M were home busy rebuilding the nest. Both took turns bringing in sticks. There are plenty to choose from in the pastures. This was Harriet's adventure. She got a nice sized stick from the office grounds and started to make her way back to the nest with it. She had to make 3 stops as it was heavy. These sticks are still wet, leaved and long. They weight more than they look. Harriet made it to the nest with it, but with M in the middle she lost footing and ended up sliding, belly down the front and rested upon the branch. She first landed on M and flattend him right out in the middle of the nest location. It was comical to watch. (there are 20 pictures of the whole fiasco on the SFWL FB page)




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Re: Beak Room 2022
« Reply #13270 on: October 05, 2022, 07:10:15 AM »

Good Morning Beakers

Hi LISA, I can always count on you for my morning cuppa.  You went overboard this morning.  Thank you.

Jeanne Robertson is one of my favorite humorists.  She was funny until the day she died last year.  I have watched all of her video clips on You Tube.  Here are just a few.  She affectionately called her husband Left Brain.

https://www.youtube.com/user/JeanneRobertson

LANI, wonder what the owl is reading.

So many baby sloths to care for PEEP.  Be careful itchy seal, don't fall overboard.  :o

CLYNN, it is fun to watch SWFL build their nest from scratch.  I hope those branches are strong enough to hold the nest.  Wouldn't it be nice if the storm destroyed the GHO nests. 
It looks like Sampson and Gabby have installed 18 inch rails around their nest.  No one is going to accidentally fall out of their nest.
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Re: Beak Room 2022
« Reply #13272 on: October 05, 2022, 11:28:24 AM »

CLYNN  Thanks for the SWFL update.  Those pics are hysterical.  If anything, it is so tight when they are just beginning.  It's hard to see a "tripod" of trunks to start this nest.  They sure have the pickings of branches this year  ::) ::)

JASPURR    If ever you need a good laugh - Jeanne is the one to turn to  ;D

PEEPS   wondered if that seal would fall off  LOL

So, in my front entry I have a ledge above the door.  It is decorated with a number of interesting pots and baskets I've acquired through the years and my previous home also had a ledge so...To clean that ledge once a year I carry in from the garage a 70# magic ladder that through a process of extending it to its full length , the very top of the ladder will reach the ledge.  Now I have been dusting it by staying on the ladder and using and extended Swiffer duster. - enough to get the flies off  LOL.  I'm done with this I've decided. - I usually do this when Tim is gone as he gets mad when I go up the ladder  and he can't help either cuz of his balance .  So we are 2 old people now and I'm going to empty the ledge of all the pots/baskets.  ( Tim left for Door county with his brother at 10 this AM)
Got a few pots down myself but the rest are way too heavy.  So texted an organization in in town - who I've used twice before - and they will come later today and take the remaining 5 pots to the basement.  I'll save it all for our church rummage in June.  There is also a window up there that hasn't been washed in YEARS  so maybe I can get the guys to do that as well.  Then carry the ladder back to the garage for me.  Worth every penny...
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Re: Beak Room 2022
« Reply #13273 on: October 05, 2022, 11:58:06 AM »

tsk - creative solution to a vexing problem......LOL....age and/or the wisdom to know when enough is enought.....love that you are doing this....

Morning all..
Took a walk with Ollie earlier......a man I have never seen was walking behind me....more than a block. Next time I looked he darted in and out of the block end and I saw it...I let him pass me just as I got to a home with workers outside and waited so he'd be in front of me...He got another block ahead of me and stopped and was or pretended to be talking on his phone so I darted up a different block to get home...Something about him too as he passed me gave me pause.....
So a hillier/steeper walk home. could have been nothing but one can't be too careful these days. :)

Heading out to buy a small can of red outdoor glossy paint to re paint the wooden slats on my 2 glider chairs on porch in front..
Scott used to tape them all off and spray paint....na, too much work. I'll sand and hand paint them...a sheet covering the metal framing and cardboard should be fine...even if I don't get around to it yet this fall, I'll have the paint and be ready to go next spring.

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Re: Beak Room 2022
« Reply #13274 on: October 05, 2022, 12:02:53 PM »



Good morning Beakers!
Morning Phyl, Jaspurr, Lisa, Clynn, Peep, Tsk, Puff, Eagles, Pink, Lori, Oldguy, Weasel, Eburg, Baz, Tig, Kb, Ezee, Bggolden and All!


Kb, good for you to be cautious, I've done the same often. Take care.

Tsk, very smart to call for help. I have the same situation with high shelves that need my 8 foot ladder to get the job done. I dust it twice a year.

Peep  ;D

Clynn, Mike will get the MRI results Tuesday. He has PT today and Friday. He's back to using his cane, after PT checked out his grandfather's wooden cane. Told him it was the right height for him. Granddad was 6'1" .. yesterday's session wore him out and he went to bed early... Can you imagine what M15 was thinking as he's looking down at Harriet? Glad she was okay.

Jaspurr, "Little Owl's Night"  :)

Phyl, Got the Peregrine Falcon right  :)
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