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Posted: 08/11/17 06:05am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

azdryheat wrote:

OK, I had to look up the word 'abounded' but still don't know how it fits into your question.


I am assuming he meant "abandoned", and auto-correct changed it?


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"Honey, I'm going to let the cat out here in the campground so he can get some exercise and run all over other people's cars and property."

"OK, baby. Make sure you don't bat an eye when someone complains that the cat scratched their car!!!"

"Of course not, honey!!!"

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"Here, kitty'kitty'kitty!!!"

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For the first 10 to 15 yards they are faster than a human can run. They will wait for hours to grab a bite. Stay way away and keep your animals way away. They love barking dogs and claim they taste better.

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gbopp wrote:

Old-Biscuit wrote:

azdryheat wrote:

OK, I had to look up the word 'abounded' but still don't know how it fits into your question.


Large numbers so must be more then just one abandoned

Probably the rest are underwater.
Maybe it's the CG's response to yipping dogs? [emoticon]


Or unruly kids, possibly their drunk parents...[emoticon]

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Chambers County Texas, just east of Houston....'gator capitol of Texas...more gators than people. My stomping grounds.
Come to the annual gator festival Sept 15-17. The usual food, music, etc.
texasgatorfest.com


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Heat index up to 110 today. How ya liking it?

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We are on Bolivar Peninsula and with Ocean breeze only 90F so far.
Coming from Las Vegas I can work at 110F for 1/2 hr and stay dry.
But with 80% humidity here, I am sweat 3 seconds after leaving the camper.

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Be careful, with our high humidity no matter how much you sweat it has no cooling effect. I was soaked by 10am today.
Run over to Stingaree Marina and geat a good meal up on the deck. Good view of the Intracoastal Waterway and bay fishermen coming and going. They have live music tonight.
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Check out their webcam
I was down there fishing last week.
How long are you at Bolivar?

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Harold Fairbanks II wrote:

"Honey, I'm going to let the cat out here in the campground so he can get some exercise and run all over other people's cars and property."

"OK, baby. Make sure you don't bat an eye when someone complains that the cat scratched their car!!!"

"Of course not, honey!!!"

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"Here, kitty'kitty'kitty!!!"

[emoticon]


That pic is taken from a video that shows that particular cat next to a beached boat with tourists watching. They laughed when the cat clawed at the gator's nose and slid back into the water.


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Somebody claim it

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