Saturday Palate Cleanser

I love a good caper movie!

Sproing-sproing-sproing…

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5 Responses to Saturday Palate Cleanser

  1. sos says:

    Tough to stay in character when a friggin hyena is biting your crotch!
    I’d recommend at least 2 Oscars.

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  2. julesmomcat says:

    A deer, playing ‘possum…whodathunkit??? Well done!

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  3. Jimmy T says:

    About twenty years ago I was hiking with the family in the higher reaches of Hart Mountain (Southeastern Oregon high desert). I was well ahead of Cindy T (wife) Molly T (daughter) and Abbey T (loyal dog) trying to scout out an easier trail for the day (there were only animal trails), when looking back I noticed a large herd of Pronghorn Antelope coming up the hillside about where my family was positioned, out of sight of them, but I could see it all. I can’t describe the pandemonium that ensued. The Pronghorns further down the hillside were pushing the herd forward. The Pronghorns on top were running pell mell trying to escape the dreaded humans. Pronghorns of all sizes and ages running to avoid contact, but one older fawn ran right between my wife and daughter with the mother Pronghorn furiously trying to direct it away from certain doom. No harm no foul, but we were delighted to have witnessed the spectacle. I’ve always felt a little bad for collective Pronghorn trauma on that day, but we were just there to visit. Wished I had videoed the event, but the experience burned itself into my memory cells. Sometimes lady luck is kind…

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  4. JRoc says:

    I bet that hyenas not laughing now.

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  5. artahzen says:

    So cool to see that gazelle get up and run off! Good on ya’! I have seen that scenerio play out in my garden between Razzle and some unfortunate vermin creature. I always wait for a few minutes after I interrupt and get her in the house then I go to see if the little guy can go off on his own power before I bag him. Often, the victim gets away.

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