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Date:9/30/2014 3:32:16 AM
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Hi, Chyna,
Okay, guess it's kinda instinct to sacrifice the tail feathers to land without injury. Pearl never had that problem even when clipped he just knew how to glide and land and rarely ever had a tail issue.

Never really thought how much living so close to a big lake would keep the weather so cool and subject to that many storms. Now that it is fall it does take a lil longer for the sun to show up and also to warm up.

How wonderful that the rain stopped for you to get to the Blessing and to be first - awesome. We knew you'd be well behaved, much better than that rude dog that jumped on your carrier. Another bird attended? Perhaps more will go next time as many probably never think about bringing birds.

Have a great day, wing hugs, beak kisses and a vote, Pearl and Silver.
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