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    Back yard living

    I was pulling the bike out this morning and looked over and this lil thing was just laying out with Mama less then 20' away. This is in a large neighborhood 1/2 mile from any woods or park.
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    Cool, just like home
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    Cool photo, Dave. And my wife gives it two thumbs up, too. It's pretty amazing how far into town deer will go. I've seen deer grazing on the grass and olives on the edge of my office parking lot in Burbank, about 1/2 mile or so from any open spaces, and only a couple hundred yards from the I-5 freeway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Hawksford View Post
    I was pulling the bike out this morning and looked over and this lil thing was just laying out with Mama less then 20' away. This is in a large neighborhood 1/2 mile from any woods or park.
    Looks as though it knew you were going for a ride, and was saying 'see you ladder'....oh deer, seems I've rung up another pun or three I can almost see you all fawn over in laughter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Cook View Post
    Looks as though it knew you were going for a ride, and was saying 'see you ladder'....oh deer, seems I've rung up another pun or three I can almost see you all fawn over in laughter
    The LOML said oh deer.
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    Mama did seem a little nurvice when I stopped to take notice and get a few pic's. My son Jarrod said Dad we need to get the corn out and maybe we can get the Big Boy in the yard,
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    Now tell the truth Dave. Was your first thought when you saw Mama in the backyard, oh boy, here' s breakfast
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    Well ya
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    We have a doe running around the house with 2 albino fawns. When and if I ever get the picture I will post it. Neatest thing I have ever seen.
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