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   BirdsNest  Several months ago a gentleman asked if I had any chickens for sale. Told him yes. He was supposed to get my 5 Black Star hens. Well for whatever reason I never called him to pick up the birds. Saturday he told me a raccoon got his last chicken and they would use the coop for something else. I am SO glad I didn't sell him my girls. I would have been so upset.
April 16 at 08:20 EST .

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   StormCnter  My nephew posted this on Facebook.
   March 28 at 14:34 EST .

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   MeiDei  Warden won't buy it : ) but I thank you for posting as it brought back memories from the distant past. As a big city kid I knew nothing about deer hunting. On one of my first jobs in another State, the men were discussing how they could only shoot a buck, never a doe - I asked how they could tell the difference from a distance & if it was behind bushes ... (turned red faced from the looks on theirs ). I just recall it had something to do with points on its antlers - up close in my yard the daddy appears to be physically larger than the doe. We might not see any deer as there are so many packs of coyotes in the area it has made headline news in print and radio/TV - seems unlikely they'll be around long enough to compare antlers : )
March 31 at 10:49 EST .

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   MeiDei  Sound familiar?
   February 11 at 14:01 EST .

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   Grahamcracker  I’m posting this on 2 walls as I know there are many crafters as well as animal lovers out there. Go to It is an organization that provides blankets and other handmade items for shelter cats and dogs. It appears as though they operate all over the U.S.
Even if you can’ t physically donate your time to a shelter, this provides an opportunity to help in other ways. They also accept donations of partial skeins of yarn and scraps of material. My daughter volunteers at a dog and cat rescue that benefits from this organization. Hopefully, this will give some of you an incentive to share your talents and treasures
   February 3 at 14:25 EST .

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   MeiDei  All new activity at this website
   January 1 at 14:36 EST .

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   Gram77  My sister-in-law lives east of Cleveland in the snow belt. She says her horse barn is only 20 inside. The heaters are on for the water buckets.
   January 1 at 13:39 EST .

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   MeiDei  They're ice buckets at 20 degrees I think. I hope her horses stay warm.
January 1 at 14:38 EST .

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   MeiDei  A reminder for we in the colder regions of "Lucianneville"
   December 13 at 10:41 EST .

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   MeiDei  Hope we all survived Thanksgiving Dinner as well.
   November 24 at 09:50 EST .

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   Gram77  I wasn't totally stuffed but I did nap like this fussy pup.
November 27 at 18:52 EST .

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   MeiDei  Places in the USA that cater to you and your pet dog ...
November 20 at 07:55 EST .

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   MeiDei  A true story about an older pug named Mabel. Found this on the link below.
November 9 at 10:12 EST .

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   MeiDei  click on the link below for 2 new videos - one about a baby goat learning to walk again and the other about two 2-footed cats - amazing.
November 16 at 10:16 EST .

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   Ole buzzard  Oh, my goodness! Someone else has a Pug called Mabel?
November 23 at 12:27 EST .

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   MeiDei  The suspense hasn't abated, how is your Mabel?
December 9 at 09:25 EST .

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   Ole buzzard  She's doing well. I lost track of where we left off, but three years ago after our Wilhelmina passed, we got a double whammy a month later when Mabel was diagnosed with diabetes. Within a few months, she went blind, and she was not a good candidate for cataract surgery because liver enzymes complicated anesthesia. Later on, she developed an intestinal problem that required a special diet. After all that, she is still a happy, playful pup that loves life and her Mama and Poppie.
December 12 at 23:54 EST .

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   MeiDei  Thank you for the update, last we knew she was having issues and put on a special diet - now she's back to herself - to your delight. Glad everything worked out so well. Don't be a stranger here at The Connection, that goes for Yotty too. : )
December 13 at 21:41 EST .

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