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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by [email protected], Feb 6, 2018.
Not such a wee lad any more. He’ll be taller than me in the next couple of years!
Yesterday will be my last day of hunting. Normally, they are mostly gone by now, but this cool weather has prolonged the season.
I believe these get consumed tonight. I still have 2 servings In the freezer.
You’re such a fun-guy Mr Pf!
There doesn’t look like there’s much room in that collecting box!
Here’s something I’ve never seen in my life. It is EXTREMELY rare to see a bald eagle in the wild in Indiana, but to see a pair “up close” is a once in a lifetime (at least it is for me). I just took this 30 minutes ago. Sorry I didn’t have my better camera.
They built a nest and had young at a local wilderness lake close to my home. We’ve been following them for a couple of weeks. We were able to see a chick in the nest a week ago. Nest looked empty today. I hope the baby(s) made it.
Are you near where Bob & Tom broadcast from? Tom has been posting eagle pics and talking about a nest or two around them.
40 miles. I’m sure this next got a lot of notoriety. State park and good viewing from a car. Almost always cars there.
Bald Eagles are a fairly common sight around these parts, but I still get a thrill every time I see one.
Bondi Beach. Sydney, NSW, Australia.
I love May
I meant to mention how much I liked your edits. Very cool!
Glen Lake, Glen Arbor, Michigan
Here's a photo I took on a whale watch a few years ago.
I took this one to test out a new camera a while back and like how it turned out.
I've been wanting to return to bike riding for a long time. Until recently I was too out of shape to do so. Earlier this year I finally started riding again after about 30 years.
I love mountain biking! I had one in Virginia but it wouldn't fit in my little 91 Toyota pickup when I moved to Arizona (unless I ditched some guitar equipment) so I left it behind. That was 1998. Just got another one finally this last Christmas, a gift from my wife. We have a bunch of mountain preserves right around us, and I've taken lots of photos.
At least it’s a dry heat....
Groovy! I'm glad I'm able to bike again, and mountain biking has been great. I'm not doing anything risky nor too technical, mostly finding places I can ride through the woods and maintain distance. My favorite park is too busy, but I found another that's usually pretty sparse, especially one section. I've taken a few rides on an area rail-trail, too.