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Originally Posted by Wisher1000 View Post
 

"An axe," or "the axe?"  There's a subtle but significant difference.....

Y'oughtta know better'n' t' ax that question 'bout Alaskan

 

(running for cover)


Edited by Bunnylady - 12/18/16 at 8:26am
post #2072 of 2113
My covers??? ep.gif
Alaskan

Crawling about in the season of drifts of snow, buckets of ice, freezing cold, getting brighter every minute, and way crazier than usual.
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Alaskan

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post #2073 of 2113

Your cover is blown.

Friends are the family you make for yourself.
There are no coincidences- only providences.

Celebrating the fourth quarter of my first century.

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Friends are the family you make for yourself.
There are no coincidences- only providences.

Celebrating the fourth quarter of my first century.

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post #2074 of 2113
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Originally Posted by sourland View Post
 

Your cover is blown.

must be windy?

post #2075 of 2113
Dang! Sure is cold when the covers get blown off.



Guess the stench gets blow off too....
Alaskan

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Alaskan

Crawling about in the season of drifts of snow, buckets of ice, freezing cold, getting brighter every minute, and way crazier than usual.
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post #2076 of 2113

Well, I suppose you could do like Spook and just wear the covers . . .  .:idunno

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But you touched them!!! sickbyc.gif
Alaskan

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Alaskan

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post #2078 of 2113

Well, I could have just let them blow all the way out there into the moat, then  you'd have had to swim out there to get them. Would you have preferred that?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Come to think of it, I might have preferred that. Here's a good gust coming; how about I just let go, and watch?

 


Edited by Bunnylady - 12/19/16 at 3:10pm
post #2079 of 2113

'Al', your covers and sheets are floating in the fresh water moat.  It's safe to retrieve them.  I just fed the denizens.  Just splash a lot so that they know where you are.

Friends are the family you make for yourself.
There are no coincidences- only providences.

Celebrating the fourth quarter of my first century.

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Friends are the family you make for yourself.
There are no coincidences- only providences.

Celebrating the fourth quarter of my first century.

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post #2080 of 2113
Gotcha!

Will do!

Going now!

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Alaskan

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