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Its Spring time and your local Wood Duck needs your support.
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It maybe spring time in Eltopia, Washington but it's still winter in Denver, we got 11" of snow last night

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It maybe spring time in Eltopia, Washington but it's still winter in Denver, we got 11" of snow last night

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I'm really, really sorry to hear that Bob.

Not sure if we get any wood ducks around here. Normally, all we see are mallards. I downloaded the plans just in case.

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Wow 11" snow that sucks. sorry to hear as well.
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Yep. I'm feed up with winter, we got 6" more coming in on Fri.night they say..

But I do love ducks, great for hunting in the corn fields of Colorado

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Yea, BJ.. that *sux*! If that keeps up you'll have to come to the Tropics of Alaska to get away from all that white stuff!!

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Hi Jim

It's not to bad we once live in the hills of Colorado and we had snow from Aug. to June of the next year..

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