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Checking my cameras tonight and guess who I saw?

 
Posts: 1252 | Location: Lake Country, Minnesota | Registered: September 06, 2019Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Cat is accounted for?


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Went to compete in a water ski tournament with a best buddy, and was staying in a hotel room with him and our future wives. He talked in his sleep and the best was a loud: "Hey Boo Boo, It's Yogi!"

This is a caption contest isn't it?
 
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Very cool. Isn't this about the time young males start wandering long distances?


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Yep, I believe that's right.
 
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Nice kitty
 
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There's one that lives in our neighborhood. We are definitely not rural, but there are a few small areas of woods. Our guy wanders around at night. My Ring Video Doorbell caught him a few months ago and some other people have mentioned that he still visits the area.



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He’s looking for his picnic basket!


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A couple who lives about 3 lots down from us at the lake just had one try to tear the roof of their camper off during the night. Climbed a tree right next to it and got on the roof. Tore the bathroom roof vent off and kept working on it from there. Pretty much a total loss. They were not there at the time but had just opened up a few days earlier.

They are for the most part nothing to fear but when I'm outside this time of year either at home or at the lake I am armed.


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He’s(she?) is looking for your bird feeder, or garbage cans. After a long nap I’d be hungry too.

What, haven’t delved into talk of the Glock 20 yet??
 
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He’s(she?) is looking for your bird feeder, or garbage cans. After a long nap I’d be hungry too.

What, haven’t delved into talk of the Glock 20 yet??


He won't find either. They're locked up in the garage.
 
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They are for the most part nothing to fear but when I'm outside this time of year either at home or at the lake I am armed.


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Cute little guy.....


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There is a picture? I don't even see a hint of any picture? OK I don't even see any picture in the USS Hornet post. Somethings going on with my end.
 
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They are for the most part nothing to fear but when I'm outside this time of year either at home or at the lake I am armed.


All the time

I'm much more concerned with the wolves. There are getting to be so many and there is always one or two who have been kicked out of the pack and left to find their own way and new hunting territory. They usually starve but it's the desperation they have before doing so makes them dangerous.


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That's bearly a problem.


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Yogi, just looking for a picnic basket Smile
 
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A murder blanket!
 
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He was sleeping on the neighbor's deck in the early hours of this morning:

OD'ed on birdseed

 
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Better flashlight your privy before taking a seat.


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