Monday 15th Oct 2007 Campfire chat

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Monday 15th Oct 2007 Campfire chat

~~~~~~A New Day ~~~~~~

 

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Ms Charlie wrote:

kru-kab *bowser b.c. wrote:
azlady13's picture we have trucks pick up garbage one week and recycle every 2 weeks ( $90.00) a year

Not a bad trade off if it helps the Planet. EVERY little bit adds up and helps in the big picture.

We set recycling out in a blue container on Monday and trash in a green container on Thursday. It's all paid for monthly in our water and sewage bill and so small I don't notice it.

edit:  oops forgot it was a  new day! 

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williewoes's picturegood nite  from the pest in the west

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i will have to say good nite all , otherwise  i  am a grumpy cat  tomorrow  with those who must put up with me at work  ....Innocent

Till next time

coen

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how about  some  rats or field mice .\no rats or mice cant flip the lid up and make it stay up

i think he is back  a year old racoon

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how about  some  rats or field mice .

why not  setting up a webcam  enclosure  near there 

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williewoes's picture   great  Laughing   now if you can solve the mystery of what is getting in my squirrel feeder box at night - i will be happy  lol  im thinking we have a racoon

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Tabs's picture yes that makes sence -  the  mineral licks in our  national parks are all natural one,s -  and  i have spent days near them  - they are used in the early morning or late after noon and at night-

some are wet  area with  water 1/2" to 1" puddles - others are small

ponds 3"  or more deep  and then thier are the dry licks  they are large  some an acre or more    in the park thier uses mostly by goats- elk - sheep  moose and deer

  (calcium and sulphate content, )

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Hi barry

Is you havent wash for a week in the wild , the lions wil  enjou you more as a meal  , ---nice  as a lion  salty crack  (lol)

Got my streaming probs sorted , seem if   telkom had  some data overloadeds  from the celular  to the fix line  links as result of the extrene wet weather  orf the last week . Result  limited linking/spectrum  due to defective links  . Foot in mouth 

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kru-kab *bowser b.c. wrote:
Tabs's picture thanks i know the importance of the mineral licks and was just wondering if thier was one near the waterhole

I don't think that they have a lick in the immediate vicinity - otherwise we would have seen the animals using it - but there could well be licks off-camera as some types of licks (for example those containing nitrogen or protein) must not be placed close to drinking places.

They would also not place a lick in an area where the veld may be over-utilised. This could include the immediate area around waterholes.

My guess is, having experience of visiting the Sabi Sands area, that the licks are placed within the deeper bush in areas which are under-utilised - and where they can be visited by the animals without constant disturbance from passing Game Drives.

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I GIVE UP   SQUARE WATER MELLON   -   LOL

 

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