The Bird, Fowl Pullover

Posted: October 9, 2013 in Everyday Life
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Well, I’m still on the road and looking for pullovers. It has been very bland traveling. I have my eye out for a “fruit stand” that I passed up a few weeks ago that I hope will open at least one more time this year. Pumpkin and squash season should be this week through Halloween. So on my daily route to my work site, nothin! I’ve had nothin’ ! Until today, but today I was the subject not the observer of a spontaneous pullover.  By this fellow: 

  •  TheBirdIII

     I do believe this is a white homing pigeon. I also believe that he is on his way home and he saw my construction site and decided to take a break and to do a spontaneous pullover himself.

    TheBird

     Look real close at his legs and you can see his bands above his feet.

    TheBirdII

    Each time I went outdoors this afternoon, he was there, as if waiting for me. He would then follow me while I was outside.  When I went back indoors, he seemed to wait out there, pecking at what ever it is that birds peck at, seeds maybe bugs. Here he followed me down the hill to a small puddle of water. When I left for the evening he was still there. I said goodby and wished him a good trip.

    I may have a new totem animal. I had an excellent time being Homer’s pullover subject.

    Such is the life of John.

     

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Comments
  1. Anonymous says:

    He is a beauty, that’s for sure. My grandparent’s neighbors raised homing pigeons. When I was a child I loved to watch them circling over the roofs in the evening. Hope this bird finds its way home.

    S.

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  2. Glad it was a fowl pullover and not a foul pullover! I can only imagine the foulness that would be reason to pullover! 😉 😀
    Sorry! I’m being silly! 😛
    I left better comments on your Xanga site! 🙂
    HUGS!!! 🙂

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