Member Wall

   Ole buzzard
   
    Reload Wall
    Photos by Owner
    Members Photos

    Login
 

TheConnection Walls
29 walls

     Main Page
The Lobby
     Blessings
     Coffee Klatch
     Comments
Suggestions
     Computers
&Tech Issues
     Crafts
     Dogs, Cats
& Critters
     Events
     Faith
     Gardening &
Landscaping
     Health & Diet
     Household Hints
     Jokes
     Movies & Reviews
     Music
     Nostalgia
     Pet Peeves
     Photography
     Politics
     The Range
2nd Amendment
     Recipes
     The Road
Automobilia
     Shopper's Beware
Caveat Emptor
     Sports
     Suggested Reading
     Suggested Viewing/Listening
     Travel
     Veterans' Page
& Militaria
     Weird
But True

Members Photos
3 out of 8
see all

   

   

   






Ole buzzard



   Yottyhere posted on Ole buzzard  Here Deere
   October 12 at 19:33 EST .

   11 people like this.




   Yottyhere posted on Ole buzzard  .ahem.........
   September 24 at 08:42 EST .

   11 people like this.




   Ole buzzard posted on Jokes  One evening a husband, thinking he was being funny, said to his wife, “Perhaps we should start washing your clothes in Slim Fast. Maybe it would take a few inches off of your butt!”

His wife was not amused, and decided that she simply couldn’t let such a comment go unrewarded.

The next morning the husband took a pair of underwear out of his drawer. “What the Hell is this?” He said to himself as a little “dust” cloud appeared when he shook them out.

“April,” he hollered into the bathroom, “why did you put talcum powder in my underwear?”

She replied with a snicker, “It’s not talcum powder It’s ‘Miracle Grow!’”
   July 25 at 17:52 EST .

   5 people like this.



   NotaBene  Great joke! I had a good laugh.
July 31 at 22:24 EST .

  3 people like this.





   Ole buzzard posted on Dogs, Cats & Critters  I haven't posted a picture of the Pugs in a while, so here they are. Front to back, we have Mabel, Toby, Winnie, and Sally. Mabel has been through a rough patch since she was diagnosed with diabetes in December, 2014. She weighed 17 pounds at the time, and for some unknown reason, she started losing weight, and kept losing. It got so bad that we had to take her to the University of Georgia Veterinary Training Hospital for diagnosis. At that point, she was down to 9.7 pounds. They found some odd things about her metabolism and put her on a hydrolyzed protein diet. She is now back up to 14.5 pounds, full of energy, and even her coat is better than it has EVER been. She is even growing hair in places she never had it before.
   May 3 at 19:54 EST .

   4 people like this.



   MeiDei  So glad to hear Mabel's doing well! One thing about pugs (well, more than one ) their fur is so soft + they're so cute.
May 3 at 20:30 EST .

 1 person like this.



   BirdsNest  Pugs. Gotta love 'em. Thanks for the picture, it makes me smile. Glad Mabel is back to her "fighting weight". Hugs and kisses to all.
May 4 at 06:31 EST .

  5 people like this.





   Ole buzzard posted on Jokes  Some time ago, a young Orangeman wooed and married a Papist maiden. After the marriage, the young Orangemen also converted to Catholicism and became a Papist himself.

After some months, he still couldn't reconcile the fact that he was now a Catholic and no longer a Protestant, so he went to his parish priest for guidance. The priest told him to keep repeating to himself "I'm a Catholic, not a Protestant. I'm a Catholic, not a Protestant. I'm a Catholic, not a Protestant." He also added, "You keep saying that to yourself, and soon enough you'll get it through that thick Orange skull of yours that you're a Catholic, and not a Protestant."

So off he went, muttering under his breath "I'm a Catholic, not a Protestant." over and over.

Some weeks later, the priest was making his rounds of the parish and decided to stop in and visit the newlyweds. He knocked on the door, and the young bride opened it and invited Father in. As soon as he entered he got a whiff of something that one just doesn't smell in a good Catholic house on a Friday. He asked "Mary, where is Sam?" to which she replied, "Why, Father, he's in the kitchen."

Father went into the kitchen, where he found Sam ladeling gravy over a great, huge steak, muttering "You're a trout, not a steak. You're a trout, not a steak. You're a trout, not a steak."
April 6 at 15:32 EST .

   7 people like this.




   Ole buzzard posted on Photography  More of my favorite locomotive: N&W #611. Here we see her powering through Elliston, VA, eastbound under stormy and rainy skies.
   March 25 at 12:55 EST .

   4 people like this.



   HopeandGlory  Wow! look at that power . . . I love it.

It's nice to see you Buzz.
March 25 at 20:53 EST .

  4 people like this.



   Bettijo  Oh! WOW! A Class J N&W. My very favorite steam locomotive. Isn't she a beauty!
April 10 at 19:09 EST .

  3 people like this.





   Ole buzzard posted on Photography  For this rail adventure, we'll head north to the White Pass & Yukon, a tourist line that travels between Skagway AK and the US/Canada border in British Columbia.

The White Pass & Yukon's "rotary fleet" consisting of vintage snowplow #3 (Cooke - 1899 ) is marching upgrade trailed by twin steam locomotives #73 (Baldwin 2-8-2 blt. 5-47 ) and #69 (Baldwin 2-8-0 blt. 4-07 ) and coach 211 as it heads for White Pass summit and the Canadian border to do battle with the snow drifts in the time honored tradition. This is the task for which she was built 111 years ago. The train is traversing the high line and is just shy of 16 miles from Skagway and tidewater but has already climbed over 2000 feet. Here the train is curling over the curved wooden trestle of bridge 15C and into one of two tunnels on the line (250 ft long tunnel 15 ). This shot was taken from the platform of the following passenger train as we sat near MP 12.2 looking across the canyon of the Skaguay River which is some 1000 ft below the train clinging to the mountain side of the White Pass' "high line."

   January 23 at 14:50 EST .

   7 people like this.



   Gram77  What a photo!! Absolutely gorgeous.
January 27 at 13:16 EST .

  7 people like this.



   HopeandGlory  I'll echo Gram . . . it's beautiful.
February 10 at 19:05 EST .

  6 people like this.





   Ole buzzard posted on Dogs, Cats & Critters  I haven't posted in a while. Here's a recent picture of the Puggies. Mabel has been having a hard time with her diabetes. She is blind now (has been since last May ) and has lost seven of her 17 pounds. We took her to a specialist at the University of Georgia vet college who recommended a new hypoallergenic diet. In two weeks, she has gained almost a half pound back, so we are hopeful. Here we have Toby keeping watch over his harem from the chaise, and in the bed, clockwise from lower left, Sally, Winnie, and Mabel.
   January 23 at 14:19 EST .

   11 people like this.



   Escaped commieny  So glad you stopped by with an update, Shiloh sends Mable a Hug.
What about your comment for the pug and cookie? 12/26
January 24 at 11:57 EST .

  9 people like this.



   MeiDei  Buzz: have any of your pugs ever suffered from "reverse sneezing"? It's a condition that can crop up, last for a day, an hour or weeks & will usually rectify itself - but so scary when it happens to the little loved one. In 42 years of having small breed dogs I've never seen or heard of it, but my Chug now has it. Our Vet steered me to a youtube search, rather than an emergency visit.
January 27 at 10:28 EST .

  4 people like this.



   Escaped commieny  My Beagle gets this, but only lasts a few minutes, the vet says it is important I don't show signs of panic, as that transmits, so I just say it's OK and don't get bug eyed, don't show your baby fear.
January 27 at 13:00 EST .

  6 people like this.



   MeiDei  Thx EC - we are calm with her. I covered her nose, to force her to mouth breathe, & it stopped - you learn something new every day : ) Pugs, Beagles, Chihuahuas, Terriers & some Spaniels are susceptible vs. larger breed dogs. Our Chug is 10 years old and this is her first episode - day 4 now. If it worsens or she develops other symptoms the Vet will see her. She's quite herself otherwise, no change in eating or friskiness.
January 27 at 13:50 EST .

  5 people like this.



   Balogreene  Our Shih Tau does this occasionally, we just love her through it. Our vet says it's no big deal if it doesn't go on very long.

Buzz, love your pic. We had a deaf Cocker Spaniel, we got late in her life. She knew some signs (we learned ) but, when you did them, she turned her head so she couldn't see. A finger to the lips meant shush, a hand movement meant down, etc. She just refused to see them, and did what she wanted. I don't know what a blind dog will do, but they'll figure a way around you : )
January 31 at 00:32 EST .

  6 people like this.



   Ole buzzard  Got back from a routine visit to the vet yesterday. It appears the new diet Mabel is on is working. She has gained another 1.4 pounds, putting her back to 11.5.
February 2 at 16:36 EST .

  6 people like this.





   Ole buzzard posted on Dogs, Cats & Critters  The Pugs are alive and well. There's the storied and well-traveled Mabel on the left in front, next to Winifred, our little black Sally, and Toby in the rear. We still miss our Wilhelmina. She crossed the Rainbow Bridge 11/13/14.
   November 30 at 21:53 EST .

   17 people like this.



   Ole buzzard  I don't know why the photo turned like that!
November 30 at 21:58 EST .

  6 people like this.



   Balogreene  After German Shepherds, Border Collies, and Greyhounds, smished nose dogs are the best. Our Groomer had a pug for the longest time, sad to say she is gone now. But, you have to have a smished nose dog to really appreciate small dogs.
December 3 at 20:52 EST .

  3 people like this.



   BirdsNest  Thanks, I needed to see those guys! Nothing like the face of a Pug to make you smile.
December 4 at 08:00 EST .

  4 people like this.





   Ole buzzard posted on Photography  HopeandGlory mentioned that they like trains, but not heights. Yotty doesn't like heights, either.

A Durango & Silverton train with a K-36 pulling, rounds the curves along the cliffs edge, and above the Animas River near Rockwood, Colorado. Unfortunately, the Animas has an unsavory orange hue to it because of a botched EPA excavating job up near Silverton at the abandoned Gold King Mine. Excavating at the mine caused a "blowout" of wastewater, and released extremely high levels of lead, arsenic, cadmium, beryllium and mercury into Cement Creek, and eventually into the Animas.

   November 30 at 21:03 EST .

   13 people like this.



   HopeandGlory  Yowser! that's spectacular Buzz . . . it's good to see you back, you were missed . . . Smile!
December 1 at 21:43 EST .

  5 people like this.



   Gram77  Gorgeous picture! I wouldn't mind a ride on that train.
December 4 at 07:41 EST .

  8 people like this.



   MeiDei  Buzz - I miss Yotty's posts.
December 4 at 15:38 EST .

  6 people like this.



     Next Page