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14 April 2009

Mystery solved

Dawg, FC! How on earth did you recognize it so quickly?! OK, it's actually an anhinga, but I was so amazed that you knew WHAT the body part was...


The park in Largo seems to be a huge anhinga attractant. Also observed therein: river otter, osprey mama and brand new chick (most unwilling to pose), tiny turtle, ginormous plecostomuses, sleeping mama gator, lounging young'un gator, white peacock butterfly, loggerhead shrike pair, moorhen couple with 6 fuzzy babies, lots of wheeling dragonflies, blue bees, black-hooded and monk parakeets, various egrets and herons... It may have been our best trip yet. I'm still sorting through the approximately 700 pictures I took, hoping to get an album uploaded by week's end.

And now I'm going to hit publish before my browser runs amok again. I just had to fight off dozens of browsers popping up with the same site (this blog) in rapid succession before it froze up. PTL for ctrl/alt/delete and blogger's saving to draft! Next time I'm definitely checking out Macs.


Y'all have a JESUS-filled day!

3 comments:

Floridacracker said...

Considered anhinga, but figured cormorants were more common, hence more likely the subject matter.
Apparently I thought too long on that one!

I have had the same blank page loading problem lately.
If it's a virus, it's slipping past my McAfee.

SophieMae said...

FC, I tend to overthink and second guess myownself. 9 times out of 10, my first thought was right, but I never seem to learn. 8-}

I sure hope the browser thing is a one-off windows burp. So far, it hasn't recurrred. But it's early yet. Spyware Dr hasn't found anything, either.

Aunty Belle said...

Hey Sweet Thang!

Hope ya done had a blessed Easter.

What ya readin' these days?