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Old Jun 29, 2012, 9:54 PM   #11
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Thanks Fred. You need to bring your camera to Florida for a vacation.

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Excellent, a manly photo! Nice change from birds and flowers, if you catch my drift...
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Does that bloated throat mean it's bellowing (or whatever it's called)?
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Nah! Means he found some teasing tourist's kid.
LOL. He was arguing with a GBH from whom he had just stolen that fish. I was ready for the GBH to peck his eye out, but he finally turned away from the gator and went back to try for another fish.
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Old Jun 30, 2012, 9:43 AM   #12
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Thanks Fred. You need to bring your camera to Florida for a vacation.
I was in Tampa in about 2003 to catch a cruse ship.
and in Orlando 2007. Disney world , Before my Camera days

I am coming Back with a camera in the near future

Its on my bucket list
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AHhh man thats soo cool.. all we just get to see pigeons .. basically the only birsd left in the uk.. the rest being shot for sport by the gentry !
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Hey Fred, Florida is ready for you, I think that half of the population of Canada are already down here. The newspapers have regular sections on Canadian news to keep the Canadian snowbirds up to date.

Hey Harj: you need to come also. I know there are a lot of discount flights that bring thousands of tourists into the Orlando area from the London area. Usually that is the cheapest way to get to Florida from Europe.
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