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  1. DrNeutron

    DrNeutron Just starting in this crazy hobby

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    Sometimes it is nice to say you love where you live, I can always say that when I see things like the attached.
    That was the sight this morning on the harbour just a few minutes outside of town... A simple ATV ride for an hour and I usually see fox, owl, deer, rabbit, occasional wolf/coyote, and if up north a moose, bear etc...
     

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  2. AussieDoug

    AussieDoug Full Time Elf

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    I know the feeling well, getting to see you native wildlife every few days. This week alone I have run over 4 snake, got 1 kangaroo & 2 owls while driving buses. Killed the lot of them :eek:

    Mind you I have also managed to run over a crab in the bus.
     
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    mborg10 Michael Borg

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    I guess the main difference between Canada and Australia is no ice on the road so you can keep the bus straight and aim better hey Doug.

    Nice photos Dr
     
  4. Bird

    Bird Proud LOR user

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    I agree with you, so much nicer (IMO) not living in town.
    Don't have the wildlife to the extent that you do but then again I don't have the extreme winters you do. :)
     

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