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Old 06-25-2017, 11:25 PM
 
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In Durango I guess you have to "settle" for a Turtle Lake for crawlies. Or perhaps crawfish headed to a hot holiday party.


For bigger critters, you can catch the traveling, "teaching" wolves or their less professional cousin wolf-dogs.


I dunno any Texans in the area with pet lions, rhinos or alligators but there are circles I am not privy too, so I might be missing out on some of the spectacle. Animal and otherwise. I have seen pet pigs, mini-horses & boas.


I recently learned a woman in northern Wyoming turned caring for an orphan coyote pup into a blog, several books, an appearance on Ellen and is angling for a movie.


I was in talks for a reality show with the crows I fed during late spring snows but we had a failing out over first billing, the production schedule, rerun loyalties and the promotional tour responsibilities. Maybe I can work something out with the neighbor moles & prairie dogs. Or perhaps the hawk that likes to people watch from all angles while I do yard work. Or maybe for higher ratings, an interview show with Tom Turkey and his harem about plural marriage and what they are doing in the woods on either side of the road?

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Old 06-27-2017, 11:57 AM
 
Location: Ned CO @ 8300'
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Great post! Thanks Al
There are some folks in my little town who actually think it's going to become another Vail because our little ski area was added to the Rocky Mountain Super Pass.
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Old 07-03-2017, 10:47 AM
 
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Cheer up, Alferd. You can always have the Ozarks.
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