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A Picture From Your Window / Pinside Random Picture Thread

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    #2301 2 years ago

    Looks like 260 to me.

    #2302 2 years ago

    Those blueberries look so frikkin goooood! And the cat is a beauty! I smoked a doobie and am now doing stoner math estimates of what those boxes weigh! Dammit!

    #2303 2 years ago
    Quoted from punkin:

    Looks like 260 to me.

    Yupp, totally possible!!

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    #2304 2 years ago

    Never had a desire to be a roofer.

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    #2305 2 years ago

    Snack time (crab apples for this hungry fella).

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    #2306 2 years ago

    26 boxes each one was 9 to 12 pounds - a little less in each box this year due to the heat

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    #2307 2 years ago

    Here is the red fox that stops by in the afternoons waiting for me to toss her a milk bone.

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    #2308 2 years ago
    Quoted from rad:

    Snack time (crab apples for this hungry fella).

    Quoted from Sputnik:

    Here is the red fox that stops by in the afternoons waiting for me to toss her a milk bone.

    Those pictures reminded me of when I lived high above Boulder on Lee Hill...lots of wildlife around. Here are a couple of pictures from my windows and yard in those days (2005).
    This is the one Rad's photos reminded me of:
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    A couple more of the same buck:
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    Friendly fox that always came up to my door looking for handouts (never gave him any...plenty of "real" food around!)
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    And finally, a big-ass scary black bear with 2 green ear tags, meaning he's had two "strikes" already...next time someone reports him it may mean death, so we never said a word and he just ate apples in the front yard:
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    #2309 2 years ago

    I lived in an awesome place from 2006 to 2008...a little cottage in Meadow Park in Lyons, Colorado. I felt like I had the park to myself, especially in the early mornings. Beautiful scenery and lots of deer and other critters and birds...
    I took tons of pictures while I lived there.
    Lazy squirrel on my picnic table:
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    Deer in the yard and in the creek:
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    Two little fawns showed up one spring:
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    Here they are with Mom the next year:
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    Blue heron who was a regular visitor. He used to do "Tai Chi" on a rock in the creek.
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    Kayakers and tubers would go by my window in the spring and summer:
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    And a couple more random pictures from Meadow Park...early morning view of Indian Lookout Mountain, and the snowy North St. Vrain creek:
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    #2310 2 years ago
    Quoted from DCP:

    Those pictures reminded me of when I lived high above Boulder on Lee Hill...lots of wildlife around. Here are a couple of pictures from my windows and yard in those days (2005).
    This is the one Rad's photos reminded me of:
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    A couple more of the same buck:
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    Friendly fox that always came up to my door looking for handouts (never gave him any...plenty of "real" food around!)
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    And finally, a big-ass scary black bear with 2 green ear tags, meaning he's had two "strikes" already...next time someone reports him it may mean death, so we never said a word and he just ate apples in the front yard:
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    Wow, what a gorgeous buck!

    #2311 2 years ago

    We keep the little temp remote under a shade tree. Can't imagine how hot it is in the direct sun.

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    #2312 2 years ago
    Quoted from dirkdiggler:

    We keep the little temp remote under a shade tree. Can't imagine how hot it is in the direct sun.
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    I'd need a bong that big too to translate from Celsius

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    #2313 2 years ago
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    #2314 2 years ago

    We keep the little temp remote under a shade tree. Can't imagine how hot it is in the direct sun.

    Quoted from yzfguy:

    I'd need a bong that big too to translate from Celsius

    Lol. That's a little "vase" I bought from a older lady at a yard sale. This one is at least 6" taller

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    #2315 2 years ago

    Behind the PHoF is a little staff smoking area, and the view is of the executive terminal at Mccarren Airport. Air Force One, Air Force Two, and several private jets from various other countries often park their planes here when their dignitaries are in town. Kinda cool.

    When VP Harris was in Vegas, the Secret Service asked to use the PHoF bathrooms.

    For the record, we said yes.

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    #2317 2 years ago
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    #2318 2 years ago

    I've never seen this happen before. Wife called it Robin hooding?

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    #2319 2 years ago

    End of day tub. Tried to blow up xmen le. Did not. Best score 66 mill. Needed 185 for hi score #4! Hopefully tomorrow! Love that game and this place!

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    #2320 2 years ago
    Quoted from dirkdiggler:

    I've never seen this happen before. Wife called it Robin hooding?
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    Pretty common, it's why flights get all fucked up and stems have broken leaves.

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    #2321 2 years ago

    This butterfly was hanging around while I was working outside today. Still fancy looking even though it looks a little rough around the edges. If my web search is correct its a Red Spotted Purple Admiral.

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    #2322 2 years ago
    Quoted from punkin:

    Pretty common, it's why flights get all fucked up and stems have broken leaves.

    She went right into the tip where the flight goes in. Bent the shit out of it. Had to grab some plyers and do some adjusting

    #2323 2 years ago

    Smoke makes for a nice sunset

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    #2324 2 years ago
    Quoted from dirkdiggler:

    I've never seen this happen before. Wife called it Robin hooding?
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    I always thought it was called a "hump". Seems like Robin Hood is more common and family friendly.

    #2325 2 years ago
    Quoted from dirkdiggler:

    I've never seen this happen before. Wife called it Robin hooding?

    Was in dart leagues for years and this would happen a lot. I switched to Dynastar flights. They rotate so flights don’t get torn, shafts don’t get Robinhooded and fewer bounce offs. Look em up!

    #2326 2 years ago
    Quoted from oPinsesame:Was in dart leagues for years and this would happen a lot. I switched to Dynastar flights. They rotate so flights don’t get torn, shafts don’t get Robinhooded and fewer bounce offs. Look em up!

    Not sure if that was the brand, but i've used the spinners too for many years and for that very reason.

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    #2327 2 years ago

    LNER Thompson B1 61036 'Mayflower' sits in the goods loop at Colchester station, in the early morning sunlight. On Saturday, it operated a pair of charter trains, one to Bury St. Edmunds, and a second to Norwich, before returning back to Colchester.

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    #2328 2 years ago

    So a man walks into a coffee shop...and he leaves his bird outside with an open bag of seeds. I was going to get a cage from home but as I was driving off I saw him on the guy's shoulder getting into a truck. I did hear the bird say "I'll drive".
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    #2329 2 years ago

    One ugly looking pigeon right there.

    #2330 2 years ago
    Quoted from punkin:

    One ugly looking pigeon right there.

    Cockatiel.

    LTG : )

    #2331 2 years ago
    Quoted from LTG:

    Cockatiel.
    LTG : )

    Pelican

    #2332 2 years ago

    Rat with wings!

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    #2333 2 years ago

    Elephant hawk moth caterpillar, wife spotted this today.

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    #2334 2 years ago

    Sock puppet

    #2335 2 years ago
    Quoted from punkin:

    One ugly looking pigeon right there.

    That's funny shit right there.

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    #2336 2 years ago

    Up from the basement in prep for remodel ( new flooring downstairs). Wife just might maybe let me keep a few set up in living room. One thing I noticed when walking thru the living room now, is that old EM pinball machine smell now permeates thruout.
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    #2337 2 years ago

    Bought a $4,000 ladder.

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    #2338 2 years ago
    Quoted from punkin:

    Bought a $4,000 ladder

    I need one of those!

    #2339 2 years ago
    Quoted from DCP:

    I need one of those!

    I used to teach high risk plant, so i can't get away with going up to do lights or camera's on my fork lift and say i didn't know i wasn't suppossed to.

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    #2340 2 years ago

    One of a family of 5 that’s stops by regularly. Momma and 4 babies.

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    #2341 2 years ago

    Having a yard sale today. My wife made 8 pies this morning and all sold in less then 2 hours!

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    #2349 2 years ago

    Ok, up vote this for all those who want to downvote these for NOT having been able to witness these fine views first hand?

    I know I'm jelly!

    #2350 2 years ago

    Port Hedland, home of Snapper, Mulloway, Kingfish, King George Whiting (google them) and Tuna. One of the best fishing locations in Australia.

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