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Offline Mr. Perfect

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« Reply #30 on: September 21, 2021, 02:29:49 pm »
I'm not going to go FISHING FFS.  I will hang out in nature, that's it.

Kayaking?

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Also screaming baby and yelling wife.


All the more reason to go.  Take the kid…. Wife, not so much…

Offline Gorgeous Graham

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« Reply #31 on: September 21, 2021, 09:57:32 pm »
Kayaking?


All the more reason to go.  Take the kid…. Wife, not so much…

Throw the child in the water to teach it to swim is what I say.
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Offline Gorgeous Graham

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« Reply #32 on: September 21, 2021, 10:01:22 pm »
Alberta or Yukon ?  That's like BC.

Outdoors where I live is that strip of grass between the eastbound and westbound.

Invite a friend on a road trip, even if just for the day, go anywhere.  Sounds like you're going insane and need to get out of the house.  I understand this 1000%.  Lockdowns suck.
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Offline Gorgeous Graham

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« Reply #33 on: September 21, 2021, 10:04:29 pm »
I applaud Mr Perfect for getting outside and enjoying the fresh air.  I went for a walk in the park the other day, a few trails, it was great.

Autumn is a great time.  Not too hot not too cold, you can spend the day outside.  When I was a kid I loved the summer but as i'm older it can get sweaty and uncomfortable sometimes.  Sometimes you just want to enjoy the day without getting blasted with heat.  A 22 degree day with sun is just perfect.  Yay September and October.
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Offline Gorgeous Graham

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« Reply #34 on: September 21, 2021, 10:16:56 pm »
I didn't get a kayak this year.  Maybe next year, or over the winter.  Many of them are sold out everywhere due to lockdowns.

There is also a problem of transport, I don't own a big truck.  I don't really want to get a trailer.

I downloaded an app that identifies plants and insects when you take a picture of it.  I'm an amateur naturalist.  I have successfully identified poison ivy on one of my hiking treks.  90% of the time what you think might be  poison ivy isn't.

I am trying to seduce local squirrels and chipmunks with shelled unsalted peanuts to transform them into my outdoor companions, so far limited success.  Usually they are more receptive.

I saw a wild fox the other week.  They are skittish and rarely are seen.  I suspect maybe they are nocturnal.  Crows are my least favorite bird, they are loud and annoying.

A few nights ago for 10 minutes I stood and watched bats flying above my home at dusk.  I suspect they were catching flies.  I remember watching the same thing as a child and thinking it was so cool.

I saw the first geese start flying south in formation the other day.
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« Reply #35 on: Today at 10:52:53 am »
Invite a friend on a road trip, even if just for the day, go anywhere.  Sounds like you're going insane and need to get out of the house.  I understand this 1000%.  Lockdowns suck.

Family roadtrip this weekend