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By: marsHen , 11:42 AM GMT on May 19, 2013

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06:30, 66F, clear. sun's coming up. old russell and pup outside. dixie and guardian at back door. dog biscuits for everyone. roosters crowing. brer rabbit in the lane. another good day.
09:00, high tide at CK. -76F, west wind, 8 knts. no ducks. ibis flying. church was good. gala send-off for old priest.
10:50, 77F, west wind, 5 knts. high tide at #4 bridge. still no ducks. herons in marsh.
12:30, 86F, partly cloudy, partly sunny. washed truck. dogs helped. :)
18:50, 78F. got 4 eggs, broke one. dixie got it. moved old brownie to the corral in front of falling down horse barn because she's old and puny and can't hold her own against the rest of the sheep. she started right in on the weeds. used wheelbarrow to move her. according to a friend in the know, cracker sheep are genetically different from gulf coast natives and are going to be classified as an endangered breed. doe with fawn following in cow pasture to the south. 2 deer in donkey woodlot.
21:00, 75F, overcast. shrouded waxing gibbous moon over the old farm house. radar showed rain to the east. oh well ...

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marine biologist around the Suwannee River delta. Raise Cracker sheep on an old Cracker farm ~ 12 mi. (as the crow flies) from the Gulf.