June 14, 2020, 12:52 am
Shelley, a new friend, found at work
Lynne Thompson says
June 14, 2020 at 1:17 pm
They yummy with Garlic butter and mushrooms….
Publisher: Slugs are Lynnie ?? – don’t invite me!
June 14, 2020 at 3:16 pm
Come on Jack I thought you had some bacon wrapped Grape Grouse “Starling” they were yummy… Try eating what bugs you I have some amazing sauces for words and phrases….
Publisher – if you can get Jo-anne to supply the starlings – fully plucked and gutted – we could become an item on the national news – “pest bird sautéed in L-T-H sauce and sold for peanuts….”
Mike Monaghan says
June 14, 2020 at 9:27 am
That’s awesome Colleen!!! Great shot, great creature eh?
neil seidler says
June 14, 2020 at 7:26 am
We have similar looking ones, they are more of a golden orange colour though. They started to show up after one of our neighbors brought in a bunch of landscaping plants about ten years or so ago. I find them regularly along the property line between us. I usually dispatch them when found. Putting them in the yard waste bin doesn’t work they just crawl up the inside of the bin and down the outside. I don’t water as much as the neighbor does and so they seem to stay more in their yard.
Publisher: Do they wear face masks? Saw Arlene recently at the PO – nice mask. Think her driver was there as well with full body armour.
Arlene Fehr says
June 14, 2020 at 9:56 pm
I hope you thought you were funny, Jack. Perhaps you should stop and think about what you are printing before you go ahead and do it. The reason I am wearing a mask is because I am having chemotherapy and my immune system is down and that is the reason Neil does also – he thinks of others besides himself!
Publisher: Sorry Arlene if you are offended. I do think about the comments I make. I wish you the best with your treatment. You have great partner – the old gaffer. Every day I think of others.
I also think about the facts and the stats…. each report I make on Covid-19 is not an “opinion” it is based on the very limited information given by the CDC of BC and the Health Ministry. The public is given only one thing to think about – not all the facts, statistics or information that is available.
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