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Old Jan 7, 2006, 9:38 AM   #1
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On my to work up north I have to go thru our National Park..the roads were a little greasy but not bad.As I came around a curve this was standing in the middle licking the salt on the road.I hit my binders and then realized I was on black ice...well..I managed to stop but this guy wouldn't budge a foot.Just stood there and stared at me..I took this one thru the windshield.
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Old Jan 7, 2006, 9:39 AM   #2
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After making me drive around him (I could have patted his head from the window) he sauntered off to the side of the road.
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Old Jan 7, 2006, 9:43 AM   #3
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I ppulled over..snapped a few..had a little chat with him and he answered back..lol.I drove off and he went back and resumed his salt fix.:-)
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Glad you avoided hitting him. Those are huge!! Not a good thing having a crash in the middle of nowhere. Great photos Lisa!! Your snow shots are looking better!! Just an observation!

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Old Jan 7, 2006, 12:20 PM   #5
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Thanks Dawg..yeah..they could pretty well write off your vehicle.This is a smaller one..a young female I think..There's an old guy around this lake who sports a magnificent rack..I hope to "catch" him one day...and thanks about the observation..I use Panda quite abit now for the snowshots..that yellow filter helps abit..:-)
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My last post got me thinking..I searched and found this one last summer..I am not sure if it's the big guy we have been seeing this past fall.
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That is a big rack. Tell ya what,. Set the timer and go stand next to him when you can get that shot. Be nice to see a comparison in size!!

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LOL...I am all of 5 foot nothing..you wouldn't even see the top of my head in that grass..:-)
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Those are great shots, Lisa, I really enjoyed them. Looks like the moose enjoyed your company:-)....and I agree the snow looks pretty white, nice job

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Very nice series! Alot of body mass there.
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