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Thanks Shirley, Suzy, Ami & Jan!!!
Does look vampirish, doesn't it? Happy retirement, Rob!
Terrific photo Robyn!
Incredible shot, robryan!
I've never seen a bat this colour, they are usually grey in colour, unless it's the lighting, he can have as many grasshoppers as he likes, I'm not counting, Thanks Rob.Happy retirement Rob.
Well, good on you for retiring so gracefully! For more years than I care to recount, when I worked I used to get migraines every Thursday that would put me in the hospital begging for mercy. When I was forced to stop working at the end of 2005, my migraines suddenly stopped, for good. I know there are some people that feel they must work, but I'm not one of them. Having worked for attorneys for more than 30 years, I'd had my fill. (Plus, being married to one of them added insult to injury...) I haven't missed for one minute not working, and I hope you feel the same way, Aged Pensioner or not!
YEA!!!!! I've been wondering how you and the furry ones have been getting on!!! It's good to see you back and sorted!! I hope the weather has been kind to you & no lizards have been sacrificed so far!!Having your car will make you feel a lot more independent too.I'm well - thanks (but have to get used to being labelled an Aged Pensioner - as I've just been officially Retired!!!).Now - I'm off to solve your puzzle!! Thanks Gail!!!
Hi my dear Rob, I just wanted to say hi and let you know I'm back online ~ FINALLY! If you feel like getting bored, you can check out my puzzle:http://www.jigidi.com/created.php?id=I7PB34WPTonight is the first time I've been on Jigidi in a while. My computer got hooked up earlier, and I've been chomping at the bit to get on, if even for a few minutes. Tonight is just for bookmarking, as my car is being delivered in a few short hours. I hope you're well.
LOL!! Thanks Dave - nothing but fresh is best on this flight!!!
Great lighting showing all the fine structure of the wings. Meal served on this flight!
Thanks Lyndee!! They eat a lot of bugs!Glad you enjoyed this one MacTea - and thanks for commenting!!I think it's for real Laura - I'm not sure what that very thin line is above the L ear!!The wings are the Bat-equivalent of arms Aggie - all the same number of bones but just connected by a membrane that is really thin!!Thanks Sandy!!
Cool shot Rob.
Interesting looking bat rob, looks like he's got skeleton like wings.
Is this really in flight or hung on display? I thougth I saw it suspended by a thin wire. Maybe I am seeing things.
That is something you dont see everyday...Fascinating photo.Thanks for sharing :^)
Goodbye Mr. Grasshopper. It just wasn't meant to be! :)