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Post in 'The Inglenook' started by bogydave, Jan 29, 2012.
I wouldn't want to be the down stream neighbor, either. :sick:
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When I arrived in India at midnight, the first thing I noticed when leaving the airport was a subtle aroma in the air. It was not unpleasant, more like the aroma of popcorn. I found out later that this was the scent of dung fires. Now that was in Sept. and it was still warm out, so these were just cooking fires. By Dec. the pollution from dung fires in Delhi was astounding. It would set the EPA's clock on a whole new level and it made anything LA sees, seem like a clear sunny day.
These are late Oct., Nov shots and that is not fog.
Neighborhood Cow with twins
Now all you have to do is figure out how to attach one of these gadgets and then collect.
If you'll rope & tie them, I'll hook it on
Up to +5Â° already
Hmm we do have an old pellet stove hooked up in the garage I think they may get stuck in the hopper tho just a little to big. But seriously moose pellets do burn if they are dry ill get some from the yard when I get home splIt with a butter knife and jab the moisture meter in it
:sick: Hmm. Remind me to skip the toast if I stop by...
My first thought when I saw the pictures was that the moose was on an ATV! It wasn't until I clicked for full size that I saw the moose tracks.
I think they were driving an SUV :
my cousin put this up on facebook last week. This was outside his house in anchorage.