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Posted by: spiritboat on Dec-31-13 9:35 AM (EST)
the rest of us also get gators, manatees, spanish moss and senior citizens bagging our groceries as well?
You forgot the Mangrove tree ...|
Posted by: jackL on Dec-31-13 12:35 PM (EST)
crabs, the Mangrove Water snakes, the no-see-ums the mangrove spiders, and the florescent red surveyors tape left by the slobs that leave it behind after marking their way back home.
Oh geez, Jack...I was just trying to |
Posted by: spiritboat on Dec-31-13 1:44 PM (EST)
look at the bright side of a bit of the Sunshine State moving northward. I plum forgot all about those "Red Tape A-holes"--And damn, when they ain't cluttering-up the gov'ment bureaucracy with all their red tape, they're also out cluttering-up our otherwise pristine waterways!
Posted by: jackL on Dec-31-13 2:06 PM (EST)
Here is a tad from yesterdays trip report:
Cape Koyaanisqatsi May Be, NJ|
Posted by: canoeswithduckheads on Dec-31-13 1:31 PM (EST)
The Jersey Devil is scratchin' his head,
I'm still awaiting the killer bees|
Posted by: slushpaddler on Jan-01-14 4:53 PM (EST)
Posted by: jackL on Jan-01-14 7:14 PM (EST)
Posted by: dc9mm on Jan-05-14 8:29 PM (EST)
I guess the person who wrote that hasn't seen the weather lately up here in the north. Minus Fahrenheit numbers are what we have had for quite a while now. No bitter cold to keep them in check, really?? I think he might just be wrong on that. High Tuesday is supposed to be 3F.
thank you slush and Jack L|
Posted by: kayamedic on Jan-05-14 8:38 PM (EST)
Every year I forget about fire ants.
No, NO, No, don't sit on that...|
Posted by: jackL on Jan-06-14 6:09 AM (EST)
frozen ground up there, your butt will freeze to it, and you'll never get down here !
last time I was bitten by fire ants|
Posted by: jonsprag1 on Jan-07-14 8:03 PM (EST)
it was in Gorham, Maine when I was in college---they are in northern climes too
those arent the Southern fire ant|
Posted by: kayamedic on Jan-07-14 8:17 PM (EST)
two different species entirely. May you never sit on the latter.
So true! One clue is in the name itself.|
Posted by: Guideboatguy on Jan-07-14 8:42 PM (EST)
The one I've normally heard about that's in the deep south is the red imported fire ant, and I think that's the specie that southerners fear the most. It's certainly the most famous fire ant.
This cold snap may slow their |
Posted by: Yanoer on Jan-06-14 5:48 PM (EST)
advancement a bit.