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Why thank you my dear!
Good luck and enjoy yourself ;) Have a blast
Hey, I created a social group that I think would be...interesting to say the least, I think we can benefit from another perspective "from the other side". You in? ;)
*facepalm* I didn't know there was a sent mail folder
You got my reply right? Just to make sure I sent it ;)
You are a breath of fresh air in the "conception of free will" thred.!!!
Sorry I've been neglecting you, yes my bulb in the "About Me" thingo is from "They Might Be Giants. Which originally was a play.
Why am I telling you this? Maybe its because I just want an excuse to talk to you.
--usually Southwestern National Forest and BLM land, miles from any roadways--she'll wander off for hours at a time.
Ten years back, I spent several months in Turkey (I'm hardly wealthy, when traveling throughout Europe, I'm being paid for gigs, and when in developing countries I typically spend fewer than five U.S. dollars daily) trying to track down certain breeds and certain comics. The comics were Sezgin Burak's Tarkan serious, about a medieval warrior who was raised by wolves and always traveled with a canine companion. I found all breeds, save one: a particular flock guard bred in Van (eastern province--the name of the breed is escaping me at the moment). Everyone who might know [i]something[/i] told me that I was only likely to encounter one on military bases, which were kind of out of the question for me.
Re: Salukis. That's a rather odd combo, I can't even imagine how such a mix would look.
I've long been fascinated with the ancient, the nomadic, and the semi-"wild" breeds, hence my obsession with heelers. Parmalee was second-generation Australian (that is, both parents originated there) and Daisy's lineage is unknown. Judging by her physique, she [i]may[/i] have some border collie in her, but it's not so apparent by her personality. Oddly, her personality considered alongside her appearance--very lean, scrawny, and scrappy--suggests dingo; she's a red to boot, further adding to my fantasy (of course, dingos come in an array of colors, including blacks and whites, but that reddish color is how most people [i]imagine[/i] them. Incidentally, Laurie Corbett's text on dingos is a seminal classic.) While extremely loyal and obsessed with being with me at all times, she's far more independent than most heelers and will wander off on her own for lengthy periods. When in the country
my bees feed on whatever is blooming at the time. The honey I get from the hives is labled simply as wild flower honey. I only do a single harvest at the end of the summer and around here there is usually a very large number of 'weeds' called goldenrod at that time so that is probably the majority of the source. Honey bees are really struggling right now with CCD, very sad!
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