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Saw this one earlier this week on westbound I-64 between W. VA and KY.

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Saw this on I-80 eastbound this morning in PA. I haven't seen a NEMF (New England Motor Freight) trailer going down the highway in a few years.

Dean R.'s Comment
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Another day, another dock for the Consumable Commodity Relocation Pros.


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This crow was 3 ft from me on the fuel island at the Flying J in Rawlins WY:


Then it dropped down to the trash can, put its head in and tried to take out a bag of trash by the handle that wasn't tied shut. It still wasn't bothered by me being close.


It couldn't lift the bag, so went rummaging in the open bag and pulled out a bread wrapper. He was going to fly with it, but I startled him and he dropped it.


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There was still snow in Wyoming and a sunset that was more spectacular than the photo makes it out to be. Love that state. 0525776001621044253.jpg


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Anne A. (G13Momcat)'s Comment
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I LOVE this thread. To ALL you contributors, it means a LOT to lil'ole' me!!!

PackRat .. awesome pix, as always. I'm ready & waiting as you know . . . . sheesh on me.

Laura .. At least we know YOU aren't gonna 'eat crow!' LoLoLoL~!!!!!!

Andrey .. i'm SO happy you've found your niche. I really am. All's well that ends well.

Just me,

~ Anne ~

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Dean R.'s Comment
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Geese and goslings have the right-of-way. Yard drivers are next. Last, but not least, are truck drivers. 0902519001621147308.jpg

Anne A. (G13Momcat)'s Comment
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Geese and goslings have the right-of-way. Yard drivers are next. Last, but not least, are truck drivers. 0902519001621147308.jpg


Think those boys were there to WARN you about that 'curve!!' Omiwow!! (Looks like some we have here in Ohio, tbh!)

~ Anne ~

ps: Love this thread~!! (Did I say that before?!?!)

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