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Entries from February 13th, 2008

Deer Hits Friend’s Bicycle, Runs Away Without Leaving Contact Information

February 13th, 2008 · 1 Comment · biking, deer, Radnor Lake

posted by Al W. You may find this humorous. On the morning of January 28, 2008, while riding my bicycle to work as usual, I hit a deer. The deer suffered no injuries as far as I know, but I wasn’t really paying much attention to whether or not the deer was hurt, considering the […]

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Deer Count Skeptic Eats Foot – Thanks, Gail!

February 7th, 2008 · Comments Off on Deer Count Skeptic Eats Foot – Thanks, Gail! · deer, meeting hikers, Radnor Lake

OK, OK. I was wrong, wrong, wrong. Man, I owe a certain Brentwood dentist an apology! But I’ll get to that later. Today I met Gail, another deer-counting nature lover, up on the South Cove ridge this afternoon at Radnor Lake. Gail was sitting on a bench (the one closest to what I call the […]

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Hiking Radnor Lake with Kelly and Harry

February 4th, 2008 · Comments Off on Hiking Radnor Lake with Kelly and Harry · Radnor Lake

I met Kelly Stewart and his younger son Harry at the Granny White parking lot at Radnor Lake around 2pm on Sunday, Feb. 3. Even though the sky was overcast, the temp was in the 50s and made for a very comfortable hike. I inadvertently made them wait, though. Anticipating a mob scene of nature […]

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