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Old Jan 12, 2011, 3:24 PM   #1
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Yesterday on the way home I stopped by the river by my house. I had parked the car and as I was inching my way closer to the river I was startled by this.

I don't have a picture of the other one. But, about a year ago there was a large snoopy type stuffed animal dog by a fence in town on a side road. I'm going to have to do some hunting and figure out what's going on.

Anyway, thought I'd share my nightmare with you. I have no idea what the stick next to it is. I'll look tomorrow when I go out and see if it's still there. I've been down this road every day for the past six weeks. Don't know if it's been watching me the whole time or not.

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Old Jan 12, 2011, 3:34 PM   #2
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Here she is at the river. (I'm thinking she since she has a flower on her top.) As you can see, the river's mostly frozen over at this point.
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Patty, you're going to have to cut back on those radiation treatments!
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Old Jan 12, 2011, 9:43 PM   #4
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Patty, last year, just after the new year, a flock of about 25 plastic pink flamingos appeared in a small park in our town. They were very well behaved, but they looked remarkably out of place in the snow. After about 2 weeks they vanished as mysteriously as they had first appeared.

I wonder if the jokester from our small town in Vermont made a recent visit to your community..........
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Ah, she looks cold and abandoned, starting to get covered with snow. So sad. Nice that you spotted her and took her picture.
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Patty, I think that's his Po Go stick. He was on his way to the Hampton Hospital for the bewildered when he fell off it.

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that is CREEPY! but, you got some nice pictures of it.
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I think Lou is right - it's the monkey's transportation. Perhaps his/her pogo stick ran out of gas?
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Really like the mood this shot generates.

Only hope nobody misses it to hard.

Great work

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