Whether you eat them … or they eat you. About as dangerous as a grizzly.
What make you think I could ever spell English? Latin? Sure. German? No problem. English? Fugedabadit!
Clearly delusional …
Ugh! Thankfully, mine are nowhere near as bad as migraines. (Though I’ve had the kind of headache you describe from other causes.)
Similar to my field area in North Carolina. As for wildlife, there were feral pigs, more ticks than anyone can count, stray cattle, crazed old men with stills, fox, raccoon, more feral pigs, the occasional rev’noor, hornets … and did I mention feral pigs?
It’s been one of my most favorite since I saw it in a theater as a child. I have the complete soundtrack as well as the DVD. It also inspired a lifelong interest in and admiration for the Zulu. To learn something of the history, I read Washing of the Spears, by Donald R. Morris, and quite a few other things I didn’t keep track of. I often wish I’d a degree in history as well as geology.
There are some things (most) cats were not meant to know.
Hope you continue to improve!
We have a local ordinance against open burning without a permit, which everyone in our neighborhood ignores. As someone with “allergic rhinitis,” this makes me nostalgic not at all. Fall is my favorite season, except for the sinus headaches.