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  1. #41
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    Yup, that guy. Yankee I think you might be on to something.

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    jellyfish,.....because there here and in numbers. i declare a war on jelly fish.. jellyfish vs the south. we shall prevail comrades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seldom seen View Post
    Yup, that guy. Yankee I think you might be on to something.
    .....he might be That Guy, and we're here to witness, Seen

  4. #44
    Quote Originally Posted by Doug View Post
    Really? I guess you haven't tried the new McTurdwich, it's the sh!t.

    You know its spring around here when hair gel, tanning product, and tattoo sales start to increase.
    I like the Schittken Mc Nurgets from the Golden Tombstones.
    Last edited by chicharronne; Apr 11, 2014 at 12:38 PM. Reason: wouldn

  5. #45
    Quote Originally Posted by yankee View Post
    .....he might be That Guy, and we're here to witness, Seen
    that 1 guy?


  6. #46
    We too see the osprey. Several manmade nesting areas are established along our ride out to the Isle of Chiba. Every springtime nesting pairs raise their young. It is cool to watch the progression of the hatchlings. We call it "Flight School". We can ride our bikes and bring the binoc's. We get to see them go from young groms to mighty surfers of the sky! I love spring.

    Slide on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by World B Frielinghaus View Post
    We too see the osprey. Several manmade nesting areas are established along our ride out to the Isle of Chiba. Every springtime nesting pairs raise their young. It is cool to watch the progression of the hatchlings. We call it "Flight School". We can ride our bikes and bring the binoc's. We get to see them go from young groms to mighty surfers of the sky! I love spring.

    Slide on.
    The migrating ospreys return here (VB) annually around St. Patrick's Day and stay until mid-September or so. First the male arrives, then the female. I believe they mate for life. The male starts working on the old nest before the female arrives. Lots of sticks accumulate on the ground below their nests as they rebuild it. It's great watch them snag a fish out of the water, fly off with it, and feed their young. For the past couple winters I've seen a few that apparently overwinter here.
    Be careful walking near their nests. They can shoot a quite stream of white liquid birdsh*t a considerable ways. I've personally witnessed such an event. Had I started my walk from the office to the Subway for lunch a minute earlier I would've been nailed. Certainly don't park under/near a nest.

    Then there's all the yellow pollen all over everything this time of year. Some cars start to look like they been finger painted with mustard. Sometime in April begins the daily Claritin (or the cheaper store brand) pill until early June.