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RTR

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Good morning, RTR. I have a Nikon. The first time it royally screwed up, was my fault. I had the camera around my neck while metal detecting. Apparently, it didn't like that. It was messed up for days. I started looking into a place to send it for repairs, and it miraculously started working again. Then dummy me did it again. I hope you get yours figured out.
Yeah thanks maybe its smarter to go w/a point & shoot instead of these DSLRs. And when it dies just chuck it
 

RTR

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releventchair

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Mornin all.
Got a headstart on snow shoveling last night.
Till around midnight.
Like to say I knocked a lot of it out , but every bit helps.

Wet heavy fourish inches maybe.

Folks channeling. L.O.L.. So that's what it's called.
Vacuumed the cloths dryer around the burner and inside cabinet .
Then the refrigerator coils.
Not sure it helped my feeling of furiously treading water annoyance.

One doe sighted near my property on the way to yesterdays hunt with no deer sighted after.
Not even one of the two cats that usually are prowling about. They might not like the weather...
Hawk. Jays. Tweety birds .Geese moving out ahead of last nights snow.
Fox and rabbit tracks in the snow on the short route to the hunting blind. Mice or voles too. A lost or wandering deer left a set for good measure..

Jays there hunt like robins at times.
First noticed a jay with a robin some weeks ago doing the same hop hop pause and listen for anything moving under ground or near surface disturbed by thumping feet.

Maybe jays always have done such at times and I simply didn't notice.
Such things make getting out watching more natural activities interesting.
They were definitely hunting together.
 

pepperj

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Mornin all.
Got a headstart on snow shoveling last night.
Till around midnight.
Like to say I knocked a lot of it out , but every bit helps.

Wet heavy fourish inches maybe.

Folks channeling. L.O.L.. So that's what it's called.
Vacuumed the cloths dryer around the burner and inside cabinet .
Then the refrigerator coils.
Not sure it helped my feeling of furiously treading water annoyance.

One doe sighted near my property on the way to yesterdays hunt with no deer sighted after.
Not even one of the two cats that usually are prowling about. They might not like the weather...
Hawk. Jays. Tweety birds .Geese moving out ahead of last nights snow.
Fox and rabbit tracks in the snow on the short route to the hunting blind. Mice or voles too. A lost or wandering deer left a set for good measure..

Jays there hunt like robins at times.
First noticed a jay with a robin some weeks ago doing the same hop hop pause and listen for anything moving under ground or near surface disturbed by thumping feet.

Maybe jays always have done such at times and I simply didn't notice.
Such things make getting out watching more natural activities interesting.
They were definitely hunting together.
Morning RC
Cleaning up the dryer makes for a safer home.
My Blue Jay's disappeared totally.
Had the regular 12 or so e every day for 6yrs.
Them a few weeks back, gone, just once since then a single one returned to the feeders. :dontknow:
 

releventchair

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Morning RC
Cleaning up the dryer makes for a safer home.
My Blue Jay's disappeared totally.
Had the regular 12 or so e every day for 6yrs.
Them a few weeks back, gone, just once since then a single one returned to the feeders. :dontknow:
Huh.
They might swing around again yet.
Here they visit varied sites. The right weather or just on thier timing , they come through again.

Whisky Jacks/Wiiskatchaan were always entertaining during my visits to Canada.
Much different than the bluejays I watch here for sure.
And interesting in how they survive winter.
 

RTR

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Lawnmower gas cap broke a few days ago.Ordered a new one from the dealer........New cap came in.........And its the wrong Fricking one :BangHead::BangHead::BangHead:
The way this day is going I think I'll get Drunk & go back to bed.
:BangHead:
 

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