Yeah, yeah, we all know cow tipping and deer spotting are the only things to do in Kansas at night, it's ok. Any favorite night spots or ever been on the riverboats gambling in KC? I know absolutely nothing about Wichita is why I ask.
No problem, i know how it is...and this is just one more thing to keep track of now too. Sooo, what are some of your favorite bands from Ireland? What do you do for fun out in Kansas? And I'm not sure if that makes you a bigger nerd than me or just a smarty who likes to correct people. :-) just playin'
Can't go wrong with Quarters. I used to show English in Dade County, FL a long time ago. What are some of your favorite bands from Ireland? Oh, and Outdoorsy is a word:
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out·doors·y [out-dawr-zee, -dohr-] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation –adjective
1. characteristic of or suitable to the outdoors: a rugged, outdoorsy life; heavy, outdoorsy clothes.
2. unusually fond of outdoor life: an outdoorsy type who always swam before breakfast.
LOVE THE CRITTER PICS! They are sooooo cute! I'll have to figure out how to load some of my flock into the viewer. Amadeus is a resident at Safari's Sanctuary near Tulsa. I was "babysitting" during an open house at WildHeart Ranch a couple of years ago. I had Bob out for a while but he was having a grouchy day so Amadeus was next up for a stroll through the crowds. Kiara is even bigger, a 250# mountain lion, but she stays in her pen and only her adoptive mama can manage her. All are confiscated illegal pets who were in dire need of care when they arrived. I have a Legend Cat® of my own which is said to be a natural occurring cross between bobcat and domestic cat. A little more hospitable at 18#! Cheers to the music, outdoors and photography! I'm enjoying the repertoire on LiveIreland including Corrs and Waterboys new stuff. I could use a new SLR digital camera as my 35mm Minolta came from 1972 and has over 10,000 frames through it!
There, a real picture (GACK!). The saving grace is Amadeus, the leopard kitten, five months old & 32#. Ama is now about 170# and and can beat one senseless with just kitty play (I repeat, I'm too old for this stuff!).
We got just a little sprinkle of snow about 10:00PM. Warmer last night than late week (one night 18°F), but the "walk-in residents" still packed into the several straw-filled houses available for their night-time use.
Good luck with your kitten, sounds like you are REAL animal folks. If you need any advice on raising or on medical problems please drop a line or look up "symptoms feline" on-line for help. Beware of ticks in our area, rural ones may carry Cytauxzoon felis, a very deadly blood disease. I lost one last year in April then researched and found that it can be cured most of the time, but early detection and having the meds on hand is vital, as the cat will only have about 72 hours until no return. I cured one in June of this year and he is still fine and healthy.
You have Corgis! Corgis are so cute when they run, stubby legs just a blur.
I tend to like the colder weather, too, dad was from Calgary and mom from northern Wisconsin, a genetic defect I think. Sorry about the picture, I'm looking for one I have with Bob, a large western red bobcat. Have a pleasant Sunday! MC
Too much WORK (7 days, 10hr days, I'm too old for this stuff!). So, another Okie! Sounds like you've been here longer than I have. I just arrived from MO in 1989. Now up to my neck in feline rescue, furballs everywhere! Hope the ICT winter is kind to you, '83-'84 was a beast. I remember going to work (K42 & Tyler) in -72° chill, -23° static. BRRRRRR!