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Sunsets are a natural phenomenon, and always a process where one can estimate that the evening will produce a magnificent sunset, but, one can never be altogether sure until it either happens, or the light of the day unceremoniously just turns dark.
Sunsets are a natural phenomenon, and always a process where one can estimate that the evening will produce a magnificent sunset, but, one can never be altogether sure until it either happens, or the light of the day unceremoniously just turns dark.
 
After four full days of frozen Mac'swood cabin fever, I struggled out to take an iced numbing look a my old muse.
After four full days of frozen Mac'swood cabin fever, I struggled out to take an iced numbing look a my old muse.
 
It has been a busy year here in 2016, and as we draw to a close in this Christmas season, I found the time to study the clouds from my Mac'swood home, and made this decision for the allocation of time in this waning day: I am making the 5 minute drive down to the Pamlico River for the sunset.
It has been a busy year here in 2016, and as we draw to a close in this Christmas season, I found the time to study the clouds from my Mac'swood home, and made this decision for the allocation of time in this waning day: I am making the 5 minute drive down to the Pamlico River for the sunset.
 
The Washington City Council took swift action to distance themselves from a plan to euthanize up to 50 Canadian Geese in the Jack's Creek and Veteran's Park area of the city.
The Washington City Council took swift action to distance themselves from a plan to euthanize up to 50 Canadian Geese in the Jack's Creek and Veteran's Park area of the city.
 
I heard on the news the other day about your plan to get rid of the waterfowl at Jack's Creek. Please do not do that.
I heard on the news the other day about your plan to get rid of the waterfowl at Jack's Creek. Please do not do that.
 
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