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Re: fat birdies

Just drove back home from Vicksburg today straight through the entire length 
of the Mississippi Delta.  What a sight it was, tractors taking the 
opportunity to break up the land for spring planting being followed by 
literally hundreds of starlings who were feasting on all the turned up grubs 
and other assorted goodies.  I love the way they turn in formation.

The fountains in Vicksburg were all frozen while they were running.  It was 
beautiful though probably not very good for the fountains' motors.

zone 7
West TN

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