Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Story From a Minnesota State Trooper

Remember the old rock 'n roll song 'Go Granny go Granny go'? 
Now this little pistols (no pun intended)  eyes are just flashing with determination and fire....ya gotta notice those pearl button earrings.  Why, I'll betcha if she's wearing Depends they're thongs!  I personally would not have a concealed carry permit for anything....that's why we live in a town of 400.  Everybody knows I wield a 'mean' broom!

I'm getting off track a little bit but it seems like every senior citizen I know always has on the same pearl button earrings...cept for me...I still like the 'wild' ones.  I'm wondering where we go to get those pearl button earrings and at what age should we start wearing them?   Does anybody out there know?

OK, back to the story....read this and study the white haired little lady...then think how the heck did that Trooper keep his composure?

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The Decorah Eagles

Last year, people were amazed and glued to the computer, watching the Decorah Eagles. Just click on the Decorah Eagles for the link. This is a part of the Raptor Resource Project. I copied this from the site to give you an idea of what the Raptor Resource Project is:

The Raptor Resource Project

Established in 1988, the non-profit Raptor Resource Project specializes in the preservation of falcons, eagles, ospreys, hawks, and owls. We establish and strengthen breeding populations of these raptors by creating, improving, and maintaining nests and nest sites. In addition to directly managing over 40 falcon, eagle, and owl nest sites, we provide training in nest site creation and management across the United States, reach more than 85,000 people each year through lectures, education programs, and our website, and develop innovations in nest site management and viewing that bring people closer to the world around them. Our mission is to preserve and strengthen raptor populations, to expand participation in raptor preservation, and to help foster the next generation of preservationists. Our work deepens the connection between people and the natural world, bringing benefits to both.

This camera was set up by the nest of eagles near Decorah Iowa. Last year people watched in amazement as the eggs were laid, hatched and the eaglets flew! This was all over a period of time so people continually viewed the site. It was amazing!

There are links to other sites from the Raptor Resource Project, also!

The broadcast started again yesterday! And there will be updates throughout! This is an amazing site to keep an eye on!! This morning when I opened the site, the eagles were there but they have since flown off. There is a video, however, with an update! Check in periodically! It's fun, informative, and absolutely amazing! Oh, the wind can really make a noise on your speakers, so you may want to adjust the sound until you know how noisy it is.


Now, I love eagles! So I took a peek to see what OLA.com has to offer this morning! Wow!!

AKelly110 has these great American Eagle Bandannas - Lot of 18 and TONS more items!!

Wow! I know we have LOTS of eagles on dollars but this

And if you're sports minded, check out Yogisportsden for these NFL Salt and Pepper Shakers - Philadelphia !


And our store, KornKountryTreasures has this fabulous Eagle in Flight Statue!

So, while watching the eagles, check out OLA.com!! You'll be glad you did!

Thank you!