Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2006/04/20

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Subject: [Leica] #072 : #073
From: richard-lists at (Richard)
Date: Thu Apr 20 01:37:33 2006
References: <000b01c663ee$36388d80$54a64254@GeeBee> <> <002001c66453$f6028020$32fa4254@GeeBee>

Ah yes, the killer sheep hiding in the hillside. Fortunately, the intrepid 
Welsh Corgi is hiding in the grass as well: When the sheep 
springs, she will spring into action as well.

(she is standing, number one proof why corgis make lousy snowy country 
companions - the first foot high snow will cover their heads)

At 01:25 AM 4/20/2006, GeeBee wrote:
The killer sheep in the long grass still make the English countryside a
>dangerous place for the unwary walker but I am helped by by equipment 
>carriers doubling up as 'beaters' to flush them out:
>A new behaviour pattern has made things even more dangerous. At this time of
>year they draw you in with cuddly lambs. Many a walker has been lured in
>with the sentiment  'Aah new born lambs' only to change to 'Arrgh, killer
>sheep' as the killer sheep springs (no pun intended) the trap.

// richard (This email is for mailing lists. To reach me directly, please 
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