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Discussion in 'Photography' started by Twisty, Sep 3, 2012.
... that you, a Portal member, have taken.
I asked this guy to hold my umbrella - and he did!!
Everyone should have some of these protectors around the yard!
what the guineas or the snakes? I would take the guineas over the snake any day except my DH grew up with them and he hates them. The guineas that is. LOL.
packofwises, Not the snakes, that's for sure! I know there's alot of snake lovers out there so don't blast me when I say this, any snake that unfortunately happens to crawl in our yard will meet with a nasty ending! YUK! Eww!
My sweetheart hates snakes. I have to remind her that our mice population is under control. She stated "I don't care I hate snakes and mice are so cute". NOTE TO ME: NOT CUTE AROUND MY CAMPER!
I have to agree, mice are OK unless they want to visit my PUP or my 2 homes or DD home.
now that is cool ! more info?
OK, what is it?
Yeah really Twisty.....WTH IS that thing?? We're voting on it having been underwater, and the little holes are windows you watch fish from.
looks like one of those bunkers from ww2 that they hide in and shoot the enemy from thru the holes
The consensus is that it is a lifeboat but I don't agree. It would be far too difficult to get into during an emergency. There would be no reason for the fancy scalloped edge or the use of a directional hull. It has a platform at the rear too, not needed for a life boat.
Still waiting for more info...
I just read on a link that it was an experimental boat that washed ashore during a flood in 1996. Another link has a comment from a guy that claimed his father built it for fun in 1971 and that they used to run it on the Columbia River. People have begged for more info but the guy never responded.
more pictures, but no explanation on the irv2 forums
Is the top one a viper (poisonous)? Bottom one looks like a black king snake (good snake).
This may qualify as an unusual picture.
Back in August we were hiking on the Appalachian Trail along Kittatinny ridge in NJ and I took this picture early in the moring. We were above the fog bank that was hanging above the Delaware valley where the Delaware river runs thru. It was a bit errie, if you stood there and watched it, it was like a huge glacier sliding thru the valley. It moved very slowly!
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Any male can say...Ahhhh!
I'm no expert...diamond-back rattler?