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Flotilla in the Fog

Geese in the Lake

Radnor Reflections, October 4, 2011

The lake is warm and the morning air chilly. I like the result. Funny, I don’t remember ever finding any Canada Goose honking ringtones. Not that I want one.

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  1. See if you can get any of them to accept you into their milieu; then you can study amongst them, write a book and make a movie entitled, “Flotillas in the Mist”.
    Pretty morning shot! 🙂 I’m a little dismayed by how few members there are, for a goose flotilla, but I guess that’s how it’s going.
    Enjoyed the post…I’m not sure you could reproduce a goose call on the tiny transducer of a cell phone, anyway.
    Cheers!

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    • Flotillas in the Mist is hilarious, and that’s all I have to say about that! Except thanks for the grand laugh. Don’t worry about the size of the Radnor goose population. They’re well represented.

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      • Ah, good, I’m glad to know of a normal number of anything anywhere. Populations here of everything but rats, mice and urban types of spiders have plummeted over the last several years. Haven’t seen a toad or frog, lizard or snake in the yard in more than a decade; commonly saw them a few times a week when this house was built. Ah well, glad to hear the numbers are strong, though most people might not be.
        Cheers!

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