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Thread: lookin' out in my back yard

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    Senior Member Quilted Dogs's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeckyL
    Quote Originally Posted by wolph33
    taken this morning.
    Would you like these to go with that one? I have way too many.
    So cute, the little ones. Can u tell me how to post a pic like u did here under info. and show someone a pic of something like u did here....I know how to post pics but wanted to write like u did and post a pic...any help would b great

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilted Dogs
    Quote Originally Posted by BeckyL
    Quote Originally Posted by wolph33
    taken this morning.
    Would you like these to go with that one? I have way too many.
    So cute, the little ones. Can u tell me how to post a pic like u did here under info. and show someone a pic of something like u did here....I know how to post pics but wanted to write like u did and post a pic...any help would b great
    Click on quote reply that will take you to a site that looks just like the site to post pictures and proceed as usual. Hope that helps.

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    We had to stop feeding the birds because the deer eat all the seed at night and it was getting very expensive as two feeders would be empty in the morning. they didn't wreck the feeders just kept hitting them and the seed would fall.

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    so sweet.

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    ooops... already did that ... sorry.

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    How beautiful! I know they can be destructive to your plants, but they sure are beautiful, gentle animals...

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    We sometimes have them too but watch your flowers and any garden veggies. They'll gobble them all up over night. Peaches and pears too!!

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    There is nothing more beautiful than what God gives us a view of, but they do become distructive

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    Quote Originally Posted by donnaree59
    How beautiful! I know they can be destructive to your plants, but they sure are beautiful, gentle animals...
    we lose a few plants to them-but we are ok with it because they are so beautiful to watch.

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    So pretty..

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