LONGLEAF STORIES

full circle in the hundred acre wood

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  1. Sid says:

    Heh – I’ve been chased by red racers in Colorado – they’re quite agressive in defending their territory 🙂
    They were also excellent tree climbers, though no match for the mocking bird family defending their nest.
    mmmm…. eggs…. Time for breakfast!

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  2. Wally says:

    Coluber Constrictor.
    You know how you get a “feeling” sometimes that you’re being watched? That happens occasionally as I sit at my desk. As I look around, I spot the slowly undulating form of Our Black Racer moving through the upper branches of the bushes outside my window. I know he’s really looking for any ‘ole Anole or a careless katydid, but I still think he’s been trying to read – this – post -……………

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  3. Heh. . thanks (brother) Wally and (nephew) Sid. You guys are obviously related. . . and, come to think of it, guess I wasn’t switched at birth after all. 🙂

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  4. Sid says:

    Beth – I see what you mean about dad- his alliteration, assonance, and other clever word choices definitely indicate there’s something brewing in his old noggin….

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  5. Sid — yep, yep. 🙂 Between your dad and your mom, there is clearly something creative in their coffee brewing!

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