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Hey Dave to be cob webs they need to be there abandoned for a long time, I would say you cleared the active spider webs.

How long did it feel like something was crawling in your hair for ? 

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Come on Opah, your are out there in nature, let's see some deer, bunnies, and birds.  Now mind you, I want to see them in their habitat, not when you are hunting them. You can keep those for yourself.  Sounds silly, I have no problem eating beef, chicken, pork and seafood.  I just do not want to know them or see them.  I do not think I would have survived way back when those were are only choices. 

I did grow up with Grandparents that had farm animals that were for food but I did not know that then.  I did gather eggs and work the vegetable garden and picked fruit trees.  I am glad to say they never let us know when a farm animal was taken for food.  I was aware of the hunting and fishing because the kids went along on these outings. I just never thought of the wildlife as pets.

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5 hours ago, Doreensfree said:

Wondering if I'll master those heeled shoes for the wedding on Sunday.

Lockdown .....didn't have a call for high heels ....

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You’ll be fine! Have a nice time!

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