Wit of the World by CartoonArts International

Wit of the World

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  1. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, about 3 years ago

    Baslim, when my folks dragged me to Southern California at age 12, “Dairy Valley” actually had dozens of dairies, and “Orange County” actually grew fruit, not just “juice” oranges. In Whittier, our house was on the edge of the chaparral zone, and we actually had a cougar “shade up” in our front “yard” for two summers (it was a steep ivy bank with trees.

    When my folks moved to Placentia, in ’67, about a year after the moved into a housing tract, the last remaining orange grove in the area was taken out behind their house, and the area only grew “bedrooms”.

    I now live on the edge of a National Forest many miles north, and coyotes sing every night, deer mass in my pasture, and an occasional cougar or bear come around. I watch close before letting my dog out at night, and our cat has several “escape zones” and is VERY WARY of critters looking for din-din!! (Including the red tail hawks that come cruising about 4 feet above our roof on their way down the slope!)

  2. cjr53

    cjr53 said, about 3 years ago

    Rabbits galore where I live. Can’t do hasenpfeffer, the rabbits are protected. Some squirrels too.

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