Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Out On the Town



It was before it ever happened. This happens now and again and was hard to avoid. Maybe it would be a quieter night he thought, a quiet night for sure. He sipped the cup of coffee and wished he had more creamer. If you have read this far please bring me some. Otherwise here I sit and wait, quietly. As my cup dwindles I think to change to skim with maybe a few drops of vanilla. It will work well, to keep him typing.



 Proud parents kind of, where had she been tonight?
 









An African /Canadian goose cross.

20 comments:

  1. Beautiful shots of the geese. I'll pick up some creamer and head your way so I can hit those second hand shops with you....lol

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  2. Boy you have me craving a cup of coffee, but no way at 7:58 at night. I'd never sleep. I wish I was there with the geese. I love how black the a Canadian Goose's head and neck are. I can just hear the whole flock honking like crazy. Fun fun.

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  3. Fun! Love the second from the last...

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  4. Really?! I didn't know they would cross breed like that. Interesting. Beautiful set of images.

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  5. I bet it was amusing watching those geese.

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  6. Awww! If I could, I'd send you that extra creamer...Hahaaa...
    Love all the shots Steve!
    hughugs

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  7. Ah, at first I thought I was looking at a swan but when I saw it standing with a Canada Goose and they were similar in size I knew I was very wrong (not to mention that a swan would've chased the goose away). Nice photos. An interesting hybrid, wouldn't you say?

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  8. Ola amigo,a sequencia de fotos ficou sensacional.Grande abraço.SU

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  9. A rare combination indeed. Now I need to get some coffee...:)

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  10. What was for supper? The geese are magnificent! I bet they're a load of fun to watch.

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  11. Wow -- great to see, but I'm wondering what this might do to the balance of the Canadian population down the road?

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  12. What a cool mix! I kept hoping that our visitor Wood duck would mate with one of the local mallards, as he seemed to want to do. But if they did, they moved on together.

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  13. oh non,vous n'avez pas mangé cette oie....

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    1. I have eaten goose, but nt these. I am a shopper not a hunter. I do like the liver on a nice cracker.

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  14. Great goose! Sorry no creamer around here...

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  15. I love the geese pictures. I miss seeing geese myself. It's been quite awhile since I've been able to get up close to any Canada geese.

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  16. May that creamer keep coming Steve, lovely pictures and it's always nice to see one of you :)

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  17. Fond of coffee and creamer, Steve, but not so with geese. Sill, this was an unusual pairing up to see. Think I missed where you are currently travelling.

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  18. You're a happy looking man, Steve. :) :)

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