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Re: Mystery

In a message dated 7/7/2008 10:10:15 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
gossiper@sbcglobal.net writes:

Auralie, could the wind have knocked it over and it rolled somewhere out of 
sight?  under a bush or who knows what....

Not really.  We attach the feeders with the kind of spring-loaded
hook you use on a dog's leash.  The tube feeder hangs from a 
fixed metal hook under the eave, and could possibly be twisted
off by a strong twist, but the hummingbird feeder hangs from a
cord so that it revolves freely and wouldn't twist off.  I have looked
everywhere, even on the roof and up on the boulders on each side
of the house.  Still can't imagine what has happened to it.  The
bear theory makes as much sense as anything.

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