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Sep 11, 2015 3:18 PM CST
Name: Mary
The dry side of Oregon
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Charlie, I enjoyed the pictures. Interesting that the zoo has it's animals arranged by area rather than the way we normally see them. I've never seen a pregnant panda before. She is ROUND! Where is the zoo? I suppose they have a webpage where we could find a birth announcement.

Bunny #5 has been captured and relocated. I reset the trap, this time near the corn patch, hoping to double my chances of catching the raccoon who visited again last night and dined on our corn! I don't grow that for him. I suspect that it is a male wandering alone, as only one ear of corn was pulled down and not even the whole thing eaten. A female would probably have babies with her, resulting in more damage. We will eat corn again tonight, as we did last night. Corn with butter is not exactly on Hubby's weight loss diet, however, corn season doesn't last long. So we are calling it a treat!

Today is the day that our front door is getting new clothes! The clear finish on the outside has been needing an upgrade for all the time we have been here. When we added the storm door it was more or less out of sight and out of mind except in the summer when we open the door and it stands there in the living room looking ugly. Like a wart on one's face, we got used to it. When we repainted the outside of the house, I mentioned that it needed to be repainted. Hubby said he had enough to do to get to all the trim and didn't want to also have to be dealing with a door that needed to be sanded first. Ok. Let's see.... We painted the house in 2010. No need to rush into these projects! It's in the shop, and has had a rectangular opening cut in to to house my stained glass piece that I made in a class about 1980 when we lived in Alaska. We moved 3 times after that, so I am glad we didn't leave it somewhere in a door. Anyway, we have been here since about 1994, and aren't likely to move anytime soon, so it's time the thing was installed.
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