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I have a cousin who lives in Carmacks.

Does that satisfy you?


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Originally Posted by TatumAH
Moar about Newts on request!
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My ol' Mudder usta say, "Hold 'er, Newt!"
What did she mean?

I'm not sure, but I'm certainly not going to get involved between your Mudder and your neuter! rolleyes
Edipuss only put his eyes out! nono
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‘Twas none of that… I was tracing the pheromonal ambrosia of a Nymph I had flushed from the Devil’s Club, bracken fern, and thimbleberry tangle beneath the Roosevelt Grove of ancient cedars.
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Originally Posted by Ken Condon
I have a cousin who lives in Carmacks.
This one?


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Originally Posted by logtroll
Unfortunately #2, the ma'am and mister of the house got into a spat as an effect of the dusty dismalness, and she dumped her margarita on his head, which didn't cool the situation down none!


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Saturday, November 27, 3:21 AM PST

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I hate that nasty wet dog smell, but I might be purrjudiced!

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...HEAVY RAINFALL THIS WEEKEND WILL LEAD TO AN INCREASED THREAT OF LANDSLIDES IN WESTERN WASHINGTON...

Persistent rainfall throughout the month has increased soil moisture to high levels across western Washington. Heavy rainfall of 4 to 6 inches in the mountains and 1 to 2 inches in the lowlands is expected to fall through the weekend. This amount of rain will put extra pressure on soil instability, leading to an increased threat of landslides.

For more information about current conditions, visit www.weather.gov/seattle, select Hydrology, and then scroll down for the links to the landslide information pages.

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TAT[/quote]

A note in added proof of Trudy the Terrible whose Chipmunk executions inspired me to plagiarize Marlowe's immortal phrase about Helen of Troy's face that launched a thousand ships into the Trojan wars!

https://hosting.photobucket.com/albums/b66/Tatuma/trudy5.jpg

This would not have been remembered without the recent post related to passages through the Ileum and Odyssey
The long lost photobucket image from Critter corner appears to not have kicked it.
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Originally Posted by Ken Condon
You do, you must know, that there is a Condon Oregon. There’s also a Condon Hall at the University of Oregon. As I am sure you know he was a famous geologist, used to be a priest but I think he came to his senses in his later years. He was an ancestor of mine by the way.

Although most of my ancestors were Canadians.

Well Ken,
We never finished our Oregon discussion, so Rock on.

All my cohorts pounding rocks in the John Day Fossil Beds knew Thomas Condon on a first name basis, but we were all budding, possibly nerdy, Palentologists at the time. This was many years before the site was named in his honor! It looks a hole lot different today.

Thomas Condon Paleontology and Visitor Center


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n 2005, the state of the art Thomas Condon Paleontology Center opened to the public. Named after the prominent 19th-century Oregon scientist who first recognized the significance of the fossil beds and did the first scientific collection and study of specimens, the 11,000 square foot center greatly improved the monument's ability to serve both the public and the scientific community.


Back then our only diversion after dark was to try to sneak into Clarnos Nut Beds.

Famous scientific families can be a real burden, I'm the slacker in mine!

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