And an Eagle flies.

letusbuyyourcar

Default rank 5000+ posts
The Hen that laid the Golden Legos
151   0
Joined
Oct 17, 2013
Messages
31,134
Reaction score
31,431
Location
Darien 31305
When me and the wife worked at the port in Brunswick it was right there on the water. All kinds of birds and gators everywhere you looked. Both our companies had these light poles in all the parking lots. So Ospreys would make nests in a few of them. And once they did we weren't allowed to disturb them.
It's still amazing how much wildlife could be found at a working port. At one point before I got there they had to hunt down wild hogs that were seriously damaging new cars.
 

Electra_glide_ryder

Default rank <750 posts Supporter
Frontiersman
40   0
Joined
May 19, 2010
Messages
718
Reaction score
330
Location
Bremen,Ga.
EB82100A-4D56-498F-9F38-74E210350E6A.jpeg
 

Just1more

Default rank 5000+ posts Supporter
Retiree in training
135   0
Joined
Sep 29, 2015
Messages
8,961
Reaction score
11,551
Location
31029
I have definitely stood in line at Weber’s for doughnuts. I have also frequented the ice cream stand. The grandkids go every day when we are at the cape. Also, if the Trading Post don’t have it, you probably don’t need it.
I set a new personal record Wednesday morning standing in line at Weber’s…an hour and a half. Lol
 
Top Bottom