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Saturday, February 6, 2010

Wolf man and Craig's List

I happened upon this article and found it by intriguing.
Talk about adapting! It is amazing how these wolves took into their care a human.
But he could not live with the wolves indefinitely. The information he was able to gather has helped save wolves and people's property.

A site to help you start with the basics of tracking animals is
and it is good information to know. We should all know the animals that live in our own area and how to deal with them if necessary.

I got to see a new little dappled dachshund today...so cute. I had found some shelves for sale on Craig's List and the gal I got them from had just gotten it.
Craig's List has got to be one of the best inventions of the Internet. If you have not ever visited it, you must check it out. www.craigslist.com and then find your local area. I would also encourage you to look at your neighboring cities. I drove 30 minutes to purchase some equipment for $250 that was like new and new would have cost over $800. Craig's List also has a search bar which makes it very convenient, but make sure you do some browsing under the different categories too as you will be amazed at what you will find, and always check the "free" category.

Lovin' a bargain,

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