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#21
I'm not in a sea kayak, it is a fishing kayak. And I've never done that manuever.

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#22
(07-03-2022, 11:16 PM)MirahM Wrote: I'm not in a sea kayak, it is a fishing kayak. And I've never done that manuever.

They look a lot safer.
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#23
Today in local news a semi was hijacked and overturned and the freeway is closed. Where do I get this news bit from? From the highway dept! Smiley_emoticons_biggrin

I seem to get my news and weather from the traffic reports. Also it is entertaining to read whenever there is a road closure because alot of people like to blame the agencies-BUT NOT THE CRIMINAL! They even go so far as to blame the Governor and say that other states could have handled this sooo much better.
Sheesh people.

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#24
I get my local news from Facebook.   It's because I belong to several first responders groups.   I don't have a scanner,  but most of my friends do hah 

I have alerts set up for the national news that I am interested in.
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#25
I listen to scanners occasionaly. (Mostly during fire season)

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#26
I drove around some old neighborhoods today and had some errands to run in one of the cities and drove some routes I used to drive. There are spots covered in homeless camps.

I was looking for the news report I saw the other day from the local news and had to wade through a bunch of stories about shootings-in this state!

One was in a homeless camp.

40 homicides in Tacoma this year.

Just in the last week I've read about 6 murders by gunshot in the surrounding areas.


Also: random piece of news. Trying to see if I can post a pic.

Kevin Mason turned an old stump into a home for woodland creatures as a form of therapy during his cancer treatment. Now, the city is concerned it could be a hazard.

https://www.king5.com/article/news/local...9a2ddd54c5

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#27
I clicked your link & I want to know how the story ends. I hope the city follows through and assumes responsibility for it rather than tear it down.
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#28
(11-22-2022, 09:24 PM)MirahM Wrote: Kevin Mason turned an old stump into a home for woodland creatures as a form of therapy during his cancer treatment. Now, the city is concerned it could be a hazard.

https://www.king5.com/article/news/local...9a2ddd54c5


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