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Old 01-09-2014, 12:29 PM   #9479
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I'm with you Steve on biting the tongue on the cat in the crate matter. You can't ...oh never mind!!
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Old 01-09-2014, 01:28 PM   #9480
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Something else to worry about in the "hood"!

Two cougars caught and euthanized in the last two weeks and this is a third spotted about 1/2 block from an elementary school.
Hey Les !!!

So I have to ask, does the Canadian Government let you as a citizen dispatch these threats to the hood or are ya just supposed to report it. It seems to me that something that size and on 4-paw drive should be eradicated on sight, much like feral hogs in the States, curious minds want to know.

Cheers !!!
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Old 01-09-2014, 03:50 PM   #9481
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Bob,

I remember the post you are referring to, but not which forum it's in. The next time someone posts to it I'll see if I can help you find it. Just above the first post on every page you'll see a "search this thread" tool that you can use to find it. On the beginning page of every forum there is also a "search this forum" tool.
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Old 01-09-2014, 05:18 PM   #9482
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Rumour has it bthis is our buddy Les, going to work last week.

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Something else to worry about in the "hood"!

Two cougars caught and euthanized in the last two weeks and this is a third spotted about 1/2 block from an elementary school.
And they never even went under the dash!!
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Old 01-09-2014, 06:49 PM   #9484
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And they never even went under the dash!!
I've had a Tiger in my tank before!
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As long as you say this with tongue - in - cheek, that's OK. Stephanie grows okra and we always have an ample supply of people that want 'em. I wish she would grow english peas, but she says that only pea brained people eat peas.

We are going to take one tomato plant with us this year. We set it outside the MH when we stop. She just likes the idea of growing something.

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I don't grow okra, but gardening is probably the very thing that will keep me from ever going fulltime in a moho. I am a pisces... and love my water, but I need to have my feet in the soil and dirt under my fingernails to remain peaceful and happy.
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Old 01-09-2014, 07:49 PM   #9486
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Hay STMs!!!!!!

FYI, Steve is not up to snuff, but has had a surge in appetite, which is encouraging. He needs some support. From us!

He does monitor this thread. So, it would be really great if EVERYBODY was to post some encouraging stuff here. K?

Our Potentate needs to be cheered up a bit. K?

I would greatly appreciate.

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Watermelon, cantaloupe, tomatoes, peppers, purple hull, green beans, potatoes, cabbage, onions, sometimes corn and oh yea okra.

If I could just figure out how to grow cornbread!
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Steve, get well soon. Lots of liquids as you can tolerate them.

Look forward to see you at the GC@CL.

You'll be in my prayers. Also the rest of you sick mutants. (Sick as in ill) LOL
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Ok Steve, here's what you've done! Just hearing about how sick you are has sent Mary and I out today to secure a flu shot. Got it but not ready to battle this brut yet.

Return of an appetite is good, just don't over do it. All systems in the body are weak and overloading the digestive tract could backfire, so slow and easy.

Get well soon, don't let any cats get in you dash!
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No, no gumbo from me, I'll be on the catfish!

Now how I located the post, tempted to say photographic memorie but you'll quickly see through that by asking me the simple questions such as What Day Is It? More than likely I want know and will answer Hump Daaaaaay!

If you know who posted the reply you can click on their avatar which brings up a box with several choices, one of which is "list post". That's what I did.

I've also used the dates to scan back if I know about when something happened. The search feature also can be used, first go to thread, then search, may have to use a variety of key words.

Others may have better ideas!

Surely Okra wasn't mentioned so many times in the forums that it would be a long search!
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Steve! Wish I knew a funny joke to say to cheer you up... laughter is good medicine too.
Maybe you will find this humorous...or humorless... we'll see... but my biggest achievement today was--- I saved a chicken. I do a farm sitting biz as part of my Critter care biz and someone asked about a chicken with a problem that I knew I would have the cure for, so I squeezed in a trip to "Hoot Owl Hill" farm today to take a natural cure (Kefir, and kefir whey kraut) out to a chicken. Hubby called me the chicken savior.

Ok, so I thought it was a little funny, if not a tad sacrilegious.
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I don't grow okra, but gardening is probably the very thing that will keep me from ever going fulltime in a moho. I am a pisces... and love my water, but I need to have my feet in the soil and dirt under my fingernails to remain peaceful and happy.
Marty,

I have managed to combine fulltiming and dirt therapy by enhancing the yards of the people whose homes I park at for longer periods of time. I have flower beds in both Seattle and here at the river house that I plant with low maintenance flowers, bulbs and small shrubs. In Florida I assist the gardening homeowner with his projects. It sure takes the pressure off and gives me that toes in the dirt, sunshine time. No long cold winters or sweltering summers to endure. I even enjoy pulling weeds.
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