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All Blog Posts Tagged 'dung' (2)

Hiking, Lion Poop and Dexter Rangers

 

 

“There really is nothing like a weekend getaway to the mountains. After an early morning of coffee and coffee, I decided to go on one of the many hikes this community boasted. Because I am an overachiever and think I’m a triathlete, despite never having attempted one, I headed to the most difficult trail. It read on the complex map “MOST DIFFICULT.” Well, that was for me. I set out after a little stretching.

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Added by rhonda talbot on November 29, 2011 at 12:16pm — No Comments

The Tale of the Dung Beetle

The Tale of the Dung Beetle

By Pamela Victor



My daughter Sierra, her friend Hope (oh! how this name foreshadows our tale!) and I were walking the dog early one summer morn. The weather was, for once, lovely. Not too hot. Not too cool. Not too buggy even. The girls brought a carrot each, a treat for our neighbor's fine equine companions. Birds chirped. Wind whispered. Girls giggled. All was well in our little piece of the world.



My little nature girl, Sierra, cried out… Continue

Added by Pamela Victor on July 16, 2009 at 12:11pm — No Comments

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