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Charles Schuler
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      09-10-2005

"MarkČ" <mjmorgan(lowest even number here)@cox..net> wrote in message
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Cool shot!


 
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      09-10-2005
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great shot Mark!
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      09-10-2005


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Jesus, Mark, how big is that thing?? Going by the surrounding herbiage,
it looks to be about six inches diameter. You could cut steaks off the
damn thing! Uugh!!!

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      09-11-2005
MarkČ,
And here I expected to see a shot of a Volkswagen Beetle.
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      09-11-2005
http://www.pbase.com/image/49043194/original

Pretty cool. So did ya hit him with the salt?

 
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      09-11-2005
Annika1980 wrote:
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> Pretty cool. So did ya hit him with the salt?


Nah, he tasted fine as is...
-No torture necessary.


 
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Gene Palmiter
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      09-11-2005
The banana slug...from northern parts of California. Also grown in that area
are great pot and magical mushrooms. I don't know that I would like to see a
banana slug while on shrums but I know I have never had the munchies bad
enough to eat one.

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> Annika1980 wrote:
>> http://www.pbase.com/image/49043194/original
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>> Pretty cool. So did ya hit him with the salt?

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> Nah, he tasted fine as is...
> -No torture necessary.
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      09-12-2005
Gene Palmiter wrote:
> The banana slug...from northern parts of California.


You nailed it.
Found that one at the southern-most edge of the Redwood Forest in N. Cal.


>Also grown in
> that area are great pot and magical mushrooms. I don't know that I
> would like to see a banana slug while on shrums but I know I have
> never had the munchies bad enough to eat one.


I wouldn't know of such things...


 
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Gene Palmiter
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      09-12-2005
>> The banana slug...from northern parts of California.
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> You nailed it.
> Found that one at the southern-most edge of the Redwood Forest in N. Cal.
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>>Also grown in
>> that area are great pot and magical mushrooms. I don't know that I
>> would like to see a banana slug while on shrums but I know I have
>> never had the munchies bad enough to eat one.

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> I wouldn't know of such things...

No mystery at identifying it....how could you forget one of them things once
you have seen it? I went to College of the Redwoods many years ago.
BTW...didn't some "not known for sports excellence" college, Santa Cruz
maybe, name their team the Banana Slugs?


 
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