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July 09, 2020 at 01:38AM

On the likelihood of cats signalling and directing alien craft.  Via UFO Newsclipping Service, 1990

Pyewacket would never approve of his family being assaulted.

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July 08, 2020 at 02:19PM

Pyewacket snoozing in extreme exploded cinnamon bun position. Not shown, his side smooshed next to his beloved mama.

It takes all of my strength to not bury my face in him constantly.

#catsofinstagram #blackcatsofinstagram #pyewacket #fluffyscruff #heistotallycomfy

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July 07, 2020 at 09:19AM

Morning swampwalk report –
Went even earlier in the hopes of fewer buzzing, biting insects and still cooler temperatures.

We got about 4 inches of rain last night, and the water line showed a significant alteration along the still-moist path. Lots of lovely haze to look at, though it had the greasy feel and temperature of working near a short order grill.

Saw a few osprey, one vulture and a couple of squirrels. No visuals on frogs/toads/turtles, but there was a pretty robust call from something that sounded like the plucking of an E string on a well-amplified guitar.

Picture was tweaked a little bit for my own amusement, dear journal. See if you can find the element added in post!

Four humans spotted, one working kettle bells in his driveway, one adult jogger (I dont think it was the same lady as yesterday, but distance makes that judgement tricky) and one adult pushing a stroller with a bald infant while walking what looked like a golden retriever / “something else” mixed puppy. I was the only one that had a visible mask, but the jogger was headed away from me. However, we were all quite distant from one another save for the two using the stroller.

End of social distancing day 116 report for now, dear journal.

#swampwalk #glyos #onelldesign #battletribes #Toyphotography #cyclops #legendaryberserker #spymonkeycreations

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Morning swampwalk report – Went even earlier in the hopes of fewer buzzing, biting insects and still cooler temperatures. We got about 4 inches of rain last night, and the water line showed a significant alteration along the still-moist path. Lots of lovely haze to look at, though it had the greasy feel and temperature of working near a short order grill. Saw a few osprey, one vulture and a couple of squirrels. No visuals on frogs/toads/turtles, but there was a pretty robust call from something that sounded like the plucking of an E string on a well-amplified guitar. Picture was tweaked a little bit for my own amusement, dear journal. See if you can find the element added in post! Four humans spotted, one working kettle bells in his driveway, one adult jogger (I dont think it was the same lady as yesterday, but distance makes that judgement tricky) and one adult pushing a stroller with a bald infant while walking what looked like a golden retriever / "something else" mixed puppy. I was the only one that had a visible mask, but the jogger was headed away from me. However, we were all quite distant from one another save for the two using the stroller. End of social distancing day 116 report for now, dear journal. #swampwalk #glyos #onelldesign #battletribes #Toyphotography #cyclops #legendaryberserker #spymonkeycreations

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July 06, 2020 at 10:25AM

Swampwalk, social distancing day 115.

Went earlier this morning to keep cool. It was still muggy as heck, and there were some mosquitoes, but not as difficult as it would be if I went for walkies after 10am.

Saw one other pedestrian doing a morning jog, and we both had masks.

Maybe a half dozen squirrels, and panda the cat was relaxing comfortably in her yard. Small assortment of birds, mostly grackles, a handful of robins, one cardinal, two blue jays, a yellow finch sort of guy, no water birds or eagles.

One weird mushroom that I photographed badly enough to make it unidentifiable.

A few brown moths with yellow “eyespots”

Aforementioned mosquitoes were only problematic right by the water, so no frog or turtles seen, but I imagine they are eating quite well. Where are our purple martens to take down these biters?

#swampwalk #airlikecriscosoup

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Swampwalk, social distancing day 115. Went earlier this morning to keep cool. It was still muggy as heck, and there were some mosquitoes, but not as difficult as it would be if I went for walkies after 10am. Saw one other pedestrian doing a morning jog, and we both had masks. Maybe a half dozen squirrels, and panda the cat was relaxing comfortably in her yard. Small assortment of birds, mostly grackles, a handful of robins, one cardinal, two blue jays, a yellow finch sort of guy, no water birds or eagles. One weird mushroom that I photographed badly enough to make it unidentifiable. A few brown moths with yellow "eyespots" Aforementioned mosquitoes were only problematic right by the water, so no frog or turtles seen, but I imagine they are eating quite well. Where are our purple martens to take down these biters? #swampwalk #airlikecriscosoup

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