Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2010/04/02

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Subject: [Leica] IMG: Friday Flower and a note about deer.
From: mark at (Mark Rabiner)
Date: Fri, 02 Apr 2010 22:24:14 -0400

> lrzeitlin at writes in part:
>> I can think of only two solutions. Import wolves and black bears. There 
>> used
>> to be plenty of those a couple of hundred years ago. The big park across 
>> the
>> river is named Bear Mountain State Park. Or we can eat more venison - much
>> more.
> Good luck getting them from this part of Canada again. We captured and 
> shipped
> about a dozen wolves from  Alberta pack's to Idaho, Montana and 
> Yellowstone in
> the mid-1990's and idiots there shot most of them in the next couple years.
> Greg Lorenzo
> Calgary, Canada          
> _________________________________________________________________

 I met one on the sidewalk on Broadway and 79th a few week ago.
He was on a dog leash a lady was walking him.
"That's a skinny German Sheppard" I said to the lady as I walked by.
"that's cause he's a wolf " the lady said as it came up to me and sniffed my
crotch. I was seldom so flattered by an interaction.
I had no Purina Wolf bones in my pocket. But he was still glad to see me.
But I think it was half German Sheppard.

Mark William Rabiner

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