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Canadian Geese
& their reflections

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*This week's random 5 has been removed due to excessive whininess  Sorry Nancy, I will do better next week!  

61 comments:

  1. Maybe the pain will go away after stretching some more? Maybe your crow is the bigger Raven? I hope you are safe and warm, have a happy day!

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  2. The crows are getting bigger.. : )
    I want my washing machine to die too.
    I also want all those slow driving people to get out of the way. That includes people pushing grocery carts at the food store
    Man I have a cranky because of all the ugly weather heading our way.
    I couldn't think of 5 Randoms this morning but I think I got them down here.. : )

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  3. oh i'm with you on the pet peeve! grrrr!!! oh and yeah, yoga, blech! it's very hard, but then i've only done p90x yoga, which i hate, HATE but i've heard from people who love yoga that that one is terrible. i am starting a new version of p90x on monday (p90x3) and it has yoga so i'm hoping to like that one...i hope! it's only a half hour compared to 90 minutes of the other...i think i can hang through that lol

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  4. laughed at the giant hormone-growth-induced crows. :) the reflection is great!

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  5. Oh I enjoyed your reflections..the New Year is starting out so well for you. I hope next week is better:)

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  6. So is that my site I have no idea I may be guilty I truly reside in the 19th century sometimes:) I truly have no idea what you are talking about it is me isn't it?:) That is scary about the hormone dead chicken eaters:)
    Yoga I just don't get it throwing hay and pitching wood now that is what I understand. Yup still hurts:)
    Take care Hug B

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    1. LOL no- it's not any blogs that I know of- it's mostly store fronts, or news pages. Once they get ya, they want to keep ya! I can't throw hay, but I can carry a bale...about twenty feet. HA!

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  7. I am seeing some huge crows, too! I love your reflection photo. Wishing you a nice weekend, Terri.

    Mildred

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  8. I have noticed that the crows and ravens seem to have morphed up a couple of sizes also. And...we have LOTS more than last year!

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

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  9. Haha! I just had a thought...maybe all those slow drivers are actually bloggers with a camera in one hand looking for a photo op! I'm definitely not known as a slow driver, but there are some days when I slow down and snap a quick one out my car window. But then, I always make sure no one is behind me, too. :) I also agree that crows are getting bigger!

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  10. Lovely reflections and 5 randoms . Keep up the bale carrying... Guess that is one of what down here is the old fashioned smaller rectangle one, not those huge round things wrapped in green plastic!!! Cheers, Jean.

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  11. Sorry to hear about your washer!
    I love yoga and used to do tons of it, but now never seem to have the time.

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  12. I inherited a fairly new HE machine from the previous home owner and I do not like it at all. It took me a year to figure out that using liquid detergent is a no-no. It's been performing better since I cleaned it thoroughly and started using powder detergent. Hope you have a wonderful weekend, Terri!

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  13. I have a cousin that teaches Yoga and also writes books about it. She is in her early 60's and soooo awesome looking. I'd try it, but my gutt keeps getting in the way.

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  14. Now I know where all the geese are wintering. It's been too cold for much of anything here.

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  15. I like the reflection! I haven't even been out with my camera yet. We're still recuperating.

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  16. Giggled at your post today, Terri. I see you have Canada geese too, we have far too many that hang around here leaving there you know what all over. You could always just unplug that darn machine and then it certainly wouldn't work!!

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  17. I didn't know about that page thingie, our crows are definitely getting bigger here, I remember when I started Yoga I couldn't move it was worse than when I did aerobics for the first time -). Love the Canadian Geese, they look happy.

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  18. The photo is really something. I have seen some huge crow around too.

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  19. My body struggles to stretch for he tv remote never mind yoga. Ha ha.

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  20. Love the post title and accompanying photo. Very clever. May next week be a better one. :)

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  21. I used to do a lot of yoga, and it does make me sore if I haven't done it in a while. It's feel sooooo good to stretch, though. Sorry about your washer. Having to hand wash can't be too fun.

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  22. You are so funny. I would have the same problem with yoga. So need to do it though. And yes, I do think crows are getting bigger and they are so not afraid of anything.

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  23. I love yoga and look forward to it everyday. I am sure you will find something you like. I hear you on those website issues. I know if a realty site that does that. There is no way to get out of the photos but by backing out.

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  24. I wish I had access to a Yoga class. Limber is no longer in my vocabulary. I'd trade some pain for being able to bend. As for slow drivers, you would hate my area. I learned to mellow out when I moved here and just build a half hour cushion into my drive time. An RV or log truck can really put you behind schedule and there is no way to pass anyone. You are either going up, down, left or right and often all of the above at once. There is no such thing as a straight away. That should make you feel better.

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  25. Terri - loved your 5 (I'm smiling!). I also do a series of core exercises every morning that are yoga based. They only take about 10 minutes. They make my back feel great and help my posture (I hope). I stopped over the holidays and when I restarted, I was so sore, it felt as though I had broken ribs! I don't plan to ever stop again unless I keel over or am so sick I can't get out of bed. We had a washing machine for 18 years and at the end of its life it would unbalance and nearly walk across the laundry floor if I didn't run down the steps and stop it. The new one is among my chief blessings in 2013! Happy New Year to you.

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  26. I know that they have pretty big crows here at the Campground. And there are a lot of them here. I also watched a show on how smart crows are. Who would have thunk it. I think your right about people driving slower get in more accidents. I have to agree..

    Hope you have a Happy weekend.

    Hugs~

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  27. I tried yoga, briefly last year and that may be what is wrong with my shoulder now. I was never so sore in my life though and it was fun!

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  28. Love the reflections! I haven't tried yoga, but I can certainly relate to hurting and being sore. I've been a whole lot of that lately!

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  29. I don't like slow drivers either, but then I'm probably one of them as I seem to have a lot of people passing me. :)
    I go to a yoga class and I love it. I feel so good when I'm done. I only do what I can and if it starts to hurt I back off.

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  30. Is your header horse considered a blue roan, a grey or a grullo? I have trouble with those colors but love them all. I sure miss my horses.

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  31. Awesome photo! Ravens are making a big comeback everywhere. Might be what you have. I love your posts!

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  32. Hi Terri. No, outer crows are still the same size here in Northern Ireland. You haven't been drinking, have you? ha! ha! Love the reflections of the geese. unplug the washer and get another one, this will stop your frustration.

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  33. Today the sun is shining for the first time in the new year, so i will try to get out and take some photos. The week has been slower, but I think next week will have the old life back in full force. Wish you a happy weekend.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  34. Good Morning, Terri! Thanks for linking up your post to Saturday's Critters.. I do not see why you removed your post, I enjoyed it.. Have a happy weekend!

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  35. Wonderful reflection.
    Happy weekend. Wish u the best year.

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  36. We have a few Canada geese here too. Oh, the ones that summer here have moved south all right. But their Arctic cousins have moved in for the winter. :)

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  37. LOL! Excessive whininess ... we've all had that on occasion! Love the photo -- great reflections. Happy New Year!

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  38. Neat reflection shot and 'critters' ~ Happy 2014 ~ carol, xxx

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  39. Great capture of the reflection of the geese.

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  40. I don't like those kinds of websites either. Great photo!

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  41. Seems that the Canadian Geese are everywhere!! Love them since they mate for life!! Nice photo.

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  42. Nices birds ! They must feel relieved that the Chrimas season is over... ^^

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  43. Excellent reflection!
    xo Catherine

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  44. These geese better fly south - way south. lol
    Stay warm,
    sandie♥

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  45. Thanks for your comment about my smaug cake! Yes, we are excited about the new Hobbit movie too. We can't wait to go see it! At the end of the book, it stated "if you liked this book, check out Tolkien's other works..." and it listed the Lord of the Rings books. My grandson said "There are BOOKS!?" Now, he can't wait for me to read those to him too. :-)

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  46. Love this image and love the reflection!!!

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  47. Well, I'm sorry I missed your original post -- but love the reflection here. :)

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  48. Not sure what the giant crows are...maybe that is a good thing :) I love water reflection photo's...they kind of mesmerize me...this is a grand photo.

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  49. Great shot and just love the reflections to.
    Stay warm in those bitter temps. x

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  50. Lovely capture! Surprised you still have open water.

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