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November 07, 2012

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Penny @ The Comforts of Home & Flea Market Makeovers

Aren't they majestic creatures? Lovely photos Jeanne.

Beverly

Jeanne, that must have been amazing. Wow!

Francie

So lovely Jeanne. I am always delighted when I get to see something up close. (())

Leslie Hayes

What fun! I would love to see a group of those magnificent birds!

Sally

Sand Hill Cranes mate for life. That's why you'll see them in twos. They have grown used to us humans living around THEIR homes. I've never seen six, though; you found a flock of 'em, Jeanne.

Pansylee (Muse) VanMeeteren

Looks like fun! Seems like they're too big. Somehow scary to get close to them, but I think it could be an awesome experience. LOL Love your photos Jeanne.~

wendy

Oh my goodness...how VERY cool would that have been. I can't even imagine.
How are ya Jeanne. I wish we lived closer for little visits over a cup of tea and one of CC's Scones. (yup, we'd have to tell her to bring or send some)
I wish we could ALL gather around a cup of friendship...and look at cranes.

dana

WOW. .. and I thought we had big birds here when the Canada Geese land!! Those cranes are HUGE. . .and beautiful!!! This is a dumb crane question. . .what are they "looking for" . .. to eat? I thought they ate fish. Oh, maybe I'm thinking of pelicans. :) They're craney looking. . .but they have big fishy scooper bills, don't they?

Off on another adventure with Bonnie. . .we're going to St. Joseph for a holiday sale!!

Have a great day!!!

L, Dana

racheld

I love the sweet graceful clumsy creatures, stepping through life like I step in my clogs, so as to not get rainwater in the little top-holes.

I had one once---a white one that Daddy found with something wrong with her wing. We had her for several weeks, then a tragedy and she probably saved my life. I'll maybe write about that soon.

So glad you had such splendid visitors to grace you with their presence.

love and,

rachel

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti

Whay wonderful photos of very amazing birds, Jeanne! Your daughter's neighborhood looks lovely.
hugs,
Pat

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