Charlene, this salt of which you speak . . . just how large is this grain?
You share with us this wonderful news of a cold front 11 May, and even back
it up with the esteemed scientists at Fox News?  Now you poo-poo the whole

I had such delightful visions of Black-throated Blues and Cape May Warblers
at my feet!  Now this ! ! !  Aye-aye-aye . . .

To answer your question about more 'predictable' events, i.e., me drinking
beer, my beverage of choice is Boulevard 'Tank 7', but I'll bring it from
Kansas City.  Warblers in St. Louis are MUCH better than in KC, so the least
I could do to reciprocate is to bring great KC beer to your fair city!!  

Until we meet at the bubbler! 

Chris Hobbs
Lenexa, KS
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From: Missouri Wild Bird Forum [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf
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On 2/21/2014 10:35 AM, Chris Hobbs wrote:

> Love the prediction of that May 11 cold front - see you all at TGP for 
> the huge fall-out ! ! !
> Chris Hobbs
> Lenexa KS
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Chris et al,

Long range weather forecasts whether from meteorologists or the Farmer's
Almanac and solunar charts of bird/critter/fish activity ( for
examples) are taken with a LARGE grain of salt.

Just kinda' interesting but more entertaining to see IF they come even
Regardless, will pencil you in Hobbs for May 11th, 8 AM.
Ring-side at the bubbler? What kinda' beer do you like? ;-)

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