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Aeson

Adventurer
I saw an armadillo on the side of the road last night. They're rare around here.

Also, my driver side window stop going up last night. The motor still works at least. I'm going to have to get it fixed. With my job I need that window to work.
 

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Dog Moon

Adventurer
That's cool. Never seen an armadillo around here by the road. Closest thing probably almost hit a deer last winter. Thing scared the crap out of me, suddenly appearing in front of me.
 

Aeson

Adventurer
Out west they have greyish ones. We have pinkish ones here. I've seen so many animals on the side of the road and crossing the road. Deer, turtles, coyote, frogs. And a large brown rodent I'm not clear on what it is. I think it's a groundhog.
 

Aeson

Adventurer

Check out the jacket Bill Nye is wearing. It looks like a suit jacket but the sleeves look different. Also check out the lady's book title.
 

megamania

Adventurer
By / In the road in Vermont- Deer, Moose, raccoons, skunks, porcupines, opossums, musk rats, beavers, box turtles, snapping turtles, frogs, mice, moles, leaf peepers, turkeys, peasants, snakes, flatlanders, dogs, cats, woodchucks and the list goes on.

Hit frogs, birds (air bound), chickmunks, a cat (sad- but it ran away) and a deer. and very bad luck- a skunk as we were headed to Cape Cod. Smelled it for about two hours (half the trip).
 



Scotley

Adventurer
Yeah, armadillos, being armored perhaps, do not appear to be afraid of cars.

Why did the chicken cross the road?

To show the armadillo it could be done.

Seen many interesting things on the roads, Armadillos, deer, foxes, coyotes, wolves, turtles, saw a lizard yesterday, vultures, crows, hawks, eagles, opossums, skunks, turkeys, elk, bear, beaver, ground hogs, too many small birds to list, cats and dogs of course, snakes, frogs, suicidal squirrels are a daily sight, alligators, even a tarantula.
 


Blackrat

He Who Lurks Beyond The Veil
Where I grew up, we had quite a lot of Western capercaillies in the woods. It is a huge bird. A veritable Dire Pigeon if you want to go with D&D terms. When my wife saw one by the road for the first time she was absolutely flabbergasted, and went ”wtf is that?!”.
 

Aeson

Adventurer
The Australian version of any of these animals have razor sharp talons, tank armor, breathe fire, and are the size of a Hummer. Yet, there is someone from the outback that can and will wrestle it.
 

Dannyalcatraz

Schmoderator
Staff member
I live in a suburb of Dallas surrounded by other cities. And yet, we gave ‘Dillos, possum, raccoons, snakes, snapping turtles, coyotes, beavers, hawks, owls, vultures, herons, geese and...well, the list goes on.

Really, surprising wildlife for such an urbanized area.
 

jonesy

A Wicked Kendragon
I live in a suburb of Dallas surrounded by other cities. And yet, we gave ‘Dillos, possum, raccoons, snakes, snapping turtles, coyotes, beavers, hawks, owls, vultures, herons, geese and...well, the list goes on.

Really, surprising wildlife for such an urbanized area.
Soo.. who did you give them to? ;)






I'll get my coat.
 


trappedslider

Adventurer
I live in a suburb of Dallas surrounded by other cities. And yet, we gave ‘Dillos, possum, raccoons, snakes, snapping turtles, coyotes, beavers, hawks, owls, vultures, herons, geese and...well, the list goes on.

Really, surprising wildlife for such an urbanized area.
They gotta live somewhere...selfish humans
 





Aeson

Adventurer
For the first time in its 34 years, DragonCon is cancelled. They're going to do a free online "best of" with some new original stuff.
 

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