Odd visitor's you might of had to your railroad .

Sean.

Sean.

Hmmmm
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Thru the years we have had our share of pets...
Some were very inquisitive.. they would follow us around better than some of our dogs.
These four would taste any weed I would pull ..
It was hard to faze them as well ..


Feel free to post some of your interesting videos..
 
Sean.

Sean.

Hmmmm
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He was the Alfa believe it or not!
His name was JI Goe
 
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Revok

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Nice video...must admit I'm a sucker for pics and clips with animals stealing the limelight.
 
Riograndad

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Interesting bash Mike,will you be fitting hook and loop or knuckle couplings?:p:p;)
 
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Mike,just use small screws,be fine!!:clap::clap:
 
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Big engine + full power = crispy duck YAYo_Oo_O
 
dunnyrail

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This Thread is one that could go in and on. The following Thrush and others spend some of their day on Snail bashing activities on the path, clearly on a hot day they like to have a little time in the Shade of the Shrub Tunnel. The Pond being also very close is an added attraction to these lovely feathered friends.

Somewhat out of focus as the Camera focused it’s attention on the many leaves, one of the only reasons that I can think of for having a big heavy Digital SLR. Needless to say for the odd photo that I would use it the expense will not be indulged in, quite happy with my Auto Compact.
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JimmyB

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Get some feather friends myself:
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This pair last year whilst laying the foundation, every morning all sorts had moved :)
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David1226

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These are nothing compared to some of the hazards that passengers on the Claptowte Railway have to endure, when the Grandchildren come to visit.

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David
 
PhilP

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I see no passengers David? - I assume they are hiding under the seats?


Possibly, whispering to each other?
"Do you think he saw us?"
:giggle::giggle::giggle:
 
Hutch

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Unhappily I was mad enough when I found one of these on my railroad that I didn't take a picture. But it is the reason my RR is inside now. An elephant may be able to step on LGB track without damage to either the track or elephant, but a Longhorn destroys the track entirely.
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My "neighbor" has now rebuilt his fence in oilfield pipe since barb-wire wouldn't keep them in. We have still had 2 visitations from rented bulls that wanted to go after a different neighbors heifers.

---Hutch
 
Gavin Sowry

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I didn't realize we already had a duck thread.