Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Two in one day? Oh the insanity.

I'm at the Inn waiting for Ell to get done with a meeting so I thought I'd write.

So guess what? That guy I talked about in this morning's post, Tim, well he took my advice and started his own blog. If I'm here long enough tonight I'll add him to my blogroll. You should really check him out. Just a warning for all you kids: put your perfect language earmuffs on because he can make very clever use of the swears when he gets excited. Consider yourself warned.

I haven't been keeping up with my deer sightings for all you people that pretend to care. So here goes.

Last Friday: 4 on the way to work and 4 on the way home
Saturday: None
Sunday: 4 on the way home from hiking with Ell and Brad. (So now I have witnesses you crazy skeptics.)
Monday and Tuesday: None since I left work early.
Today: 1 on the way to work and 4 on the way home.

Funny story. The one deer I saw this morning was in a cow pasture. I've seen deer there on many occasions but usually not in the morning because the cows are out. Well today I see this one cow facing the opposite direction of the rest of them. So I slow down and this one cow is having a stare-down with a big buck. (For those of you who don't know the anatomy of the two, cows are much heavier and usually taller than deer. But deer, especially bucks during the rut, are very aggressive.) They were like 20 yards from each other and neither one was moving a muscle. I watched for minute and they never moved. It was so funny.

Alright, bye for now.

Edit a few minutes later: I added Tim's blog. It's under Smiley towards the bottom of my list. The four he posted have an order, so make sure you watch them 1 through 4. Enjoy.


Blogger Kimmy said...

I overheard some dude telling a lady he saw 18 deer today.

See, you're not the only one seeing things;-)

10:29 PM  
Blogger Adrienne said...

We see tons of deer and even more antelope. Thankfully, the antelope tend to be smart and I don't worry about smashing up my car with them quite as much as I do the deer. Another good thing, it's rare to see an elk on the road 'cause, particularly in the Honday, they'd not think much of killing you.

Anyway, my comment was actually in regard to seeing things.

Adam's aunt and uncle go to the casino in NM a lot. His uncle swears on all that is Holy that he saw a monkey crossing the road one time. No one else saw it, but he insists. So...keep watching!

I've enjoyed your last few posts - I've just been ultra lazy and not commented on them.

12:32 AM  
Blogger 3rd string's finest said...

Hey, Sam. Yeah, that was my bad. I totaly forgot about the whole time difference and stuff. Sorry dude.

3:35 AM  

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