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[sign in to see URL] LOVE the story about the mule deer!! What a gift!!!

It sounds like you live in a wondeful place, with a lot of very interesting things close by!!

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Falconer, what a wonderful story!

I'm sending good thoughts from here, I believe there is no limit to the distance they can fly.

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What an inspirational story Falconr! Thank you so much for sharing.. emoticon And I most definitely will "speed out good thoughts" your direction when we pass... emoticon

Speaking of deer. We were out hiking just off the White Sands Missile Range in the Organ Mountains of NM a couple weeks ago, and came across some friends as well..
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And this guy (a Roadrunner) greeted us, of all places in the Chicago UNO parking lot where we went for dinner! emoticon
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OH, very cool, Queeny!!! LOVE the photos!
Thank you for sharing those!!!

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Your [sign in to see URL] are just so amazing. emoticon

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Yeah, they are amazing.

We were hoping to hear the coyotes singing last night while we were out around a fire in our front yard. We do EVERYthing in our front [sign in to see URL] back yard is too baren and hilly. Our front yard is our haven. We're so far off the road that we can be out there and it doesn't bother us. We miss hearing our big boy (wolf) howling in the evenings, and 'talking' to the coyotes when they start up. OHhh I so want another wolf!!!!! emoticon

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Even if you were to get another "wolf", he would not be the same. I'm certain you'd love the new one immensely, but you would always be, "he's not like this or that.." emoticon
I love to hear the coyotes talking. I especially love it when the young of the Spring are giving it a try! emoticon

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No, a new wolf wouldn't be the same as my [sign in to see URL] it would help fill a void, and it would be loved just as much. I need to call my friend back to see what she found out. She called, but I let it go to voicemail. Wasn't in the mood to talk. I've just not called her back. Maybe something I need to do later on today.

[sign in to see URL] to the youngsters is [sign in to see URL] get that little yip in there, tryin to be all big and what-not. We've not heard any yet this year.

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Hmmmmm, maybe your 'not in the mood' to talk and not calling her back, means something? emoticon

I've not heard young pups in a long time. We are to close in to the town now. And when we leave here in May they are already to old for that little "yip"...

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   Nine years ago, I lost a dear friend to cancer. She was my white German Shepherd.

  I should have waited to let the mourning pass, but some Siberian Husky pups became available.
  We picked out one and took the six week old "replacement" home. I did not understand at the time that I was giving off a weak, sad energy. The pup did the natural thing for a canine and decided to take over leadership of the pack.
  I am now a student of the Cesar Milan "Dog Whisperer" way of dealing with my pack and it works.

    Be careful not to project weakness when you get another wolf. Whatever a dog does as a canine, a wolf will do much more, as I'm sure you know.

  Hope this isn't thread jumping. I just felt the need to write this.

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