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    Logging In The Back Yard

    The Fantasy



    The Reality



    That's my neighbor and that's his fence. My house is just to the left.

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    Re: Logging In The Back Yard

    I like the fantasy....
    Sean Patrick Hannifin
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    Re: Logging In The Back Yard

    fastlane,

    It looks like you've quit messing with them toothpicks (pictured below) and have been to Orcas and found yourself a real tree!

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    Re: Logging In The Back Yard

    Quote Originally Posted by Garritan
    fastlane,

    It looks like you've quit messing with them toothpicks (pictured below) and have been to Orcas and found yourself a real tree!

    Just to the right are some old growth hemlocks because my backyard faces a wetlands. A birding persons delight. This is the best Pileated Woodpecker picture I've ever seen.



    I have counted up to nine of theses Band-Tailed Pigeons feeding on my deck. This shot though a bit blurred shows off the beautiful feathers.


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    Re: Logging In The Back Yard

    My wife and I used to be studio potters and had a business (Mossy Creek Pottery) just south of Lincoln City and we used to put cracked corn and black oil sunflower seeds out on the kiln shed roof for the birds. The most I ever counted was 76 band-tailed pigeons at once on the roof stomping all over each other to get at the corn and seeds. It was quite some sight watching them walk on each other because they filled the entire roof!

    Tom

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