FRIDAY -- MY TOWN SHOOT-OUT
I intended to start this project last week, but my timing was off but I think I've got it right this week. Now if only I can do the LINKY thing....
Here's the nearest thing we have to a rush hour in our neck of the woods:
About an hour before sunset, several of our residents walk up to the lake to feed the ducks. They use cracked corn as bread pollutes the water. At our house we see the ducks skimming up the creek to join the crowd at the lake which is just up stream a little way and across the road. There must be at least a hundred of them when they all arrive. There are mallards, coots, one lonely moorhen and a couple of others which look like they may be a mixed breed. I'll have to check my bird book.
After a while the big, fat, white Koi fish arrives because he knows he will always get a couple of crumbs of bread which one of the residents saves for him. The ducks are waved away after they have had a good feed, and the resident practically hand feeds the fish, one bread crumb at a time waiting for him to chew and swallow each one before giving him the next one.
This is the kind of rush hour I like!
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