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I saw this haiku on the sidewalk while I was walking today.

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On campus today.

It was a very warm day and I saw these sheep huddled under a small patch of shade from a tree.

I would have thought it would be cooler separated, even if in the sun, than so close to each other in the shade.

 
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I saw this haiku on the sidewalk while I was walking today.


Excellent! ThumbsUp


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Wednesday. Another bike trip to the farmers market - pretty flowers on display...


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Posts: 7565 | Location: chicagoland | Registered: 21 April 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I have no idea what this collection is but must have something to do with fish.

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Posts: 16320 | Location: north of boston | Registered: 16 May 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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On campus today.

It was a very warm day and I saw these sheep huddled under a small patch of shade from a tree.

I would have thought it would be cooler separated, even if in the sun, than so close to each other in the shade.



I guess with sheep, it's strictly "misery loves company" rather than logic. (Also fear of being an outlier, in case something bad might happen, if they deviate from the norm).


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I have seen this before today, but I just noticed it today....

The handle on the door to my office and the thingamabob behind it to protect the wall.

Let's hope I never open the door too quickly or too hard!

 
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Originally posted by Rick Zimmer:
On campus today.

It was a very warm day and I saw these sheep huddled under a small patch of shade from a tree.

I would have thought it would be cooler separated, even if in the sun, than so close to each other in the shade.



funny how they're all facing the same way. what if the wolf comes up from behind?!


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I saw this haiku on the sidewalk while I was walking today.


Excellent! ThumbsUp


At first I walked right over it, and then I thought, "I wonder what that said?" Glad I stopped to check! Sweet.


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A playground for big kids.



(local MicroCenter)


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Posts: 7565 | Location: chicagoland | Registered: 21 April 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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These Hibiscus are HUGE!

And mass planted against a wall in front of the home. I pass them each year and finally today stopped to take some photos.



Have no idea why they are blurry - they are not on the uploaded photos.

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Yesterday, on my monthly trip to NY. This stunning church -- in my old neighborhood, across the street from the friend I stayed with -- is for sale. What a fantasy that would be!!



ETA: It's a historic landmark and is on the National Register. Nothing could ever be done to alter the facade. That might be why it's a hard sell. St. Elias


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Posts: 10578 | Location: North Groton, NH | Registered: 21 April 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Today, My new toy so I can chip the forsythias I tore out last week. Works just fine.


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These Hibiscus are HUGE!


Beautiful!

(And very different from the hibiscus we grow out here)


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Originally posted by LL:
These Hibiscus are HUGE!


Beautiful!

(And very different from the hibiscus we grow out here)


And here I thought you'd be the one to comment on the stone work!


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