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Wild dog and lone...
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I'm a lean dog, a keen dog, a wild dog, and lone;  
I'm a rough dog, a tough dog, hunting on my own;  
I'm a bad dog, a mad dog, teasing silly sheep;  
I love to sit and bay the moon, to keep fat souls from sleep.  
  
I'll never be a lap dog, licking dirty feet,          5
A sleek dog, a meek dog, cringing for my meat,  
Not for me the fireside, the well-filled plate,  
But shirt door, and sharp stone, and cuff and kick, and hate.  
  
Not for me the other dogs, running by my side,  
Some have run a short while, but none of them would bide. 
O mine is still the lone trail, the hard trail, the best,  
Wide wind, and wild stars, and hunger of the quest!
-I R Mcleod
 

 I put this cheap-ass trail cam out a month ago (or longer) and forgot about it. Taking a hike today, I stumbled across it. It had a bunch of junk on it (268 images). I switched out the SD card and I'll check it in a month. Or the next time I happen by.
I like this picture of a coyote on a winter night.
 

 

 

 
You are the wind beneath my wings, otherwise known as turbulence.
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(01-13-2016, 01:52 PM)'susnus' Wrote: hmm, woulda thot that the coyot would have appeared MORE MANGIER.  I t hink we need more mange, yah.


 
There's some mange about in the coyote population. We saw one over around 31st & Haskell that barely had a coat at all. This dude/dudette is one woolybooger. Great coat.


 

 
You are the wind beneath my wings, otherwise known as turbulence.
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