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Old 10-07-2016, 11:41 AM   #59837
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It's summertime!
That's WAY too hot for me. We'll be doing a slow roll to AZ next week. I get confused when talking about seasons because winters in AZ are warmer than summers in the PNW. It messes with my head -- or is it just the first signs of senility?
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Old 10-07-2016, 11:46 AM   #59838
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That's WAY too hot for me. We'll be doing a slow roll to AZ next week. I get confused when talking about seasons because winters in AZ are warmer than summers in the PNW. It messes with my head -- or is it just the first signs of senility?
I think its plain and simple senility.
Now that being said; who are you and why are you posting in my thread?
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Old 10-07-2016, 11:49 AM   #59839
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That's WAY too hot for me. We'll be doing a slow roll to AZ next week. I get confused when talking about seasons because winters in AZ are warmer than summers in the PNW. It messes with my head -- or is it just the first signs of senility?
Well you know it's a dry heat which basically means it's nice in the shade! We have morning sun, and the awning is providing shade now 9:47 am. Afternoon shade provided by Bonita! We have to get our mailbox key and check out the pool later today. Otherwise - just hanging out! I mean mutating!
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There was 22 in all
Are you sure or did you get beyond the rough count thingy?
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Old 10-07-2016, 12:14 PM   #59841
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To those of you that have the RadarScope app -- have you looked at hurricane Matthew on it? The Gainesville radar has some amazing images.

If you don't have RadarScope you need it! Best $9.99 I ever spent! Di introduced me to it after the hailstorm subsided in Arkansas during GC 1.2. I check it frequently when I'm traveling and see storm clouds. Living in tornado alley taught me a healthy respect for angry looking clouds.
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Are you sure or did you get beyond the rough count thingy?
Now Dennis, I'm sure if Dwayne says 22 in all, there were 22 in all... all, however, we're not in the picture. But then again, this could be akin to a fish story. Papaw Steves one that got away at FEGC@CL comes to mind.
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I wish that old geezer Bob - Teffy would check in. Hey Bob!
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Some of them was behind the Jeep. So yes it was 22. Also flag was right can only hunt Tom's and love to watch them
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Some of them was behind the Jeep. So yes it was 22. Also flag was right can only hunt Tom's and love to watch them
Of course I was right lol. And freaked me out when they're in trees... they may not "fly" but they can jump.
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Of course I was right lol. And freaked me out when they're in trees... they may not "fly" but they can jump.
Turkeys can fly, they're just too fat and lazy to do such nonsense. I used to have some scaffolding in the back yard and I'd see them fly themselves up 12 feet all the time. They like the high views too. I've also seen them fly across a 4 lane highway because the alternative of walking across it probably got too many of them
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Turkeys can fly, they're just too fat and lazy to do such nonsense. I used to have some scaffolding in the back yard and I'd see them fly themselves up 12 feet all the time. They like the high views too. I've also seen them fly across a 4 lane highway because the alternative of walking across it probably got too many of them
Yes... but short distances. Surprised at 4 lane highway distance. Seen em fly up to roost or down to run. But Les Nesman proved they are good at flying. Oh the humanity.
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Yes... but short distances. Surprised at 4 lane highway distance. Seen em fly up to roost or down to run. But Les Nesman proved they are good at flying. Oh the humanity.


Yea, when I saw them going over the highway that day, I said, you turkeys, you can fly!
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Turkeys can fly, they're just too fat and lazy to do such nonsense. I used to have some scaffolding in the back yard and I'd see them fly themselves up 12 feet all the time. They like the high views too. I've also seen them fly across a 4 lane highway because the alternative of walking across it probably got too many of them
So you're saying turkeys cross the road by flying? They must be smarter than chickens. I always heard turkeys were so dumb that they would drown in a rainstorm by looking up to the sky. I suppose wild turkeys have to be a bit smarter than that or else they would have been extinct long ago.
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Howdy STMs!!

Hope y'all are safe and sou... oops I know better than that!

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