Friday, October 3, 2008


Yesterday evening a large blimp was observed to motor southward over the Cedar Pointe condo complex, continuing its pass over the city of Stuart, FL, just before the sky darkened.

Today, a short shedded black snakeskin was observed on Kingswood Terrace Road, together with the usual shedded toadskins (usually one or more).

A small yellow and brown bird lay dead on a brick sidewalk in the Monterey Commons near the Blake Library and temple -- only the rump/tail feathers and shoulders were remaining, the head and midsection were gone. After a meal for a marauding beast or collection of vital parts suitable for bird-flu testing, the bird's bloody rump flush against the brick with tail feathers in the air vaguely resembled a wigwam shape. Ugh.

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