Thursday, August 2, 2012

DEER JOHN,


DEER JOHN,


YES, I'M BACK FROM NC!



 I'M TELLING YOU HAROLD, I REALLY HEARD SOMETHING THIS TIME...


 WHAT'S THAT? YOU HEAR THAT?


 SLOWLY I WALKED, STEP BY STEP!


 DOE DE DOE DE DOE---ar ar!


 I FEEL LIKE I'M BEING WATCHED...


 I'M STICKING MY NECK OUT HERE......


 FULL STOP!


HA HA HA--THIS WAS MY SEESTER AND NOT ME!!!!



LOVE TO ALL!

JMc

11 comments:

  1. Oh deer!
    I hope you had a good time. We have deer around here also, but they are always on stealth mode. Hunting is not allowed, but I don't think the deer believe it. Welcome home bud!

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  2. Thanks my Brother! Had a blast as usual and even looked at some property!! I'm so glad I put down the gun years ago and picked up a camera!

    Have a great weekend Pat!

    J

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  3. Deer John, Cute! Looking for property in God's country (NC)?

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  4. so cool!



    Aloha from Waikiki
    Comfort Spiral
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  5. Doe John

    I am sorry for your sister's wound but glad that you are no longer wearing lace.

    mark

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  6. Good to have you back safe and sound and, unlike your sister, unharmed. Wonderful shots as always, you would think Bambi in the last photo was posing just for you.

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  7. Jeff- Yeah Buddy--I'm liking West Jefferson, Miller's Creek area a LOT!!!


    Cloudia-- ain't it? ;-)!


    Mark--she borrowed those from me! I told her I'd smack her again if she got blood on them!


    Jeannie!---LOL! Yep, some of that too!


    Tracy-- Thanks--it was an awesome trip! I too have a few bumps and bruises from falling in the river. The current was so strong and it was slippery!

    J

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  8. Ouch! At first I thought you were referencing the Monty Python joke about a moose biting your sister...

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  9. Did Bambi do some damage to your sister's knee? Not nice...but the pictures are amazing!

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  10. See I told you Bambi bites!!

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