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    A blind fox and spooky clouds....

    Nature shots near my house.
    Looks like he's missing his left eye...


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    All we have are the plain brown/gray kit foxes here. No, the jackrabbits do not make up for it. A one eyed fox is still smarter than alot of people I know too
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    But.....not smart enough..... to not get an eye put out!!!! I still got two eyes. Bob
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    Re: A blind fox and spooky clouds....

    Poor fox.

    Those clouds are beautiful. I love watching clouds when the weather gets stormy.
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    Re: A blind fox and spooky clouds....

    Quote Originally Posted by WendyZXZ
    Poor fox.

    Those clouds are beautiful. I love watching clouds when the weather gets stormy.
    Truly, that is a great thing, but what's even better (and I did it last night), is to watch the moon at night when it's behind thin, fast moving clouds. Nice thin clouds that allow a fab. view of the moon are the best. A full moon is also the best, not only because it's so big and all, but because the fuller the moon, the more numerous will be the clouds illuminated. Lastly, briskly moving clouds are better than slow moving clouds. Jimminy! Am I beginning to sound like a vampire or something?

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    Re: A blind fox and spooky clouds....

    Quote Originally Posted by azmick
    All we have are the plain brown/gray kit foxes here. No, the jackrabbits do not make up for it. A one eyed fox is still smarter than alot of people I know too
    A nature writer, I forget who, said that the red fox is "America's handsomest mammal." I think I agree.

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    Re: A blind fox and spooky clouds....

    Where did he get that patch over his eye?
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