"Feral ~ from feminine of ferus wild: having escaped from domestication and become wild"...




Wednesday

Im pretty sure the world is shrinking...

because when i google on the internet a certain Christmas gift for a certain someone, 
I cant find it anywhere in the world...it just does not exist!!

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and when i go to the Tractor Supply website, and fill in my zip code on their pop up for pricing in our area...they dont recognize it. 
At all!!

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Its getting so tiny that we've fallen off the face of the world!!!



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(please notice extra exclamation points for dramatic effect... I work hard on this. really.    !      )



i think me and Dexterdog should go for a walk again
 to prove to the shrinking world that our corner really does exist photographically...


All together now, in whoville language with a baldy cow accent - "we are here, we are here, WE ARE HEEEEERRRREEE!"



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24 comments:

  1. LOL! you've done and gone moved to Remoteville! :)

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  2. As usual, you crack me up! That one cow looks pretty surprised to see you. Hmmm, does that mean they weren't even sure you were there?:)
    LOL

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  3. Don't you hate it when that happens! Hope you get lucky and find it:@)

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  4. Yup , everynow and then we fall off the planet here in Bugtussle too

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  5. Just proves that computers aren't he be all and end all of knowledge!
    Stooopid 'puter.

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  6. Whenever we try to get something sent from FedEx they swear our address does not exist...I say "Well, I am pretty sure it does and we have live here a long time and you send us something every four months or so"...Then this 90 year old guy shows up and gives me the whole blah blah blah I want to say "Just give me the packgage"!..

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  7. My computer has spell check, but no dumb check.............
    Remoteville, isn't the problem.

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  8. Oh my dear Feral I am sure you are really there, where ever there is. I am pretty sure you turn right at the black cow,then a hard left past the dead tree, then a circle around the creek three times if it is not running, if it is running you have to go back to the dead tree and start again turning right instead of left; then straight up the hill and over the boulder. I cannot believe they can't find you. So easy. :) I would surely find you. I think Google maps just does not know everything. B

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  9. Hey... I heard you and the cows. Indeed I did!

    Before our little town was discovered it was considered the 'jumping off point'... since obviously we were on the very edge of the world and there was nothing else out there!

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  10. How does that small town song go... the world must be flat, because when people leave town they never come back. Don't worry about it. Who wants to live 3 feet from their neighbor? After living 3 miles from the nearest neigbor and then 4 feet. I prefer the 3 miles.

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  11. You might like to fall off the globe just for a little while but i "ain't gonna happen." You can run, but you can't hide. Well maybe you can hide from Tractor Supply folks. We have a TS too just a couple miles from here. That is probably the only similarity between my suburban setting and your natural setting. :) Sandra

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  12. LOL! but sometimes remoteville is just great! and the look on that cow is wonderful..........BOO!!

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  13. I also have one of those addresses that doesn't exit. Every time I order from UPS I have to give them a call to tell them I do exist. You would think they would remember by now, but nope.

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  14. I love the expression on the cows faces "where did the come from"

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  15. ha! I can hear you from where I am ;)

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  16. You can't hide that easy....we know where you are.....well kinda....you better keep posting....we'll find you.

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  17. I have had the same thing happen when I enter my postal code into computer!!! Oh well sometimes its better when noone knows where you really live ;)

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  18. Tractor Supply does not know your zip code?? That IS a problem! LOL

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  19. I've said it before, and I'll say it again.. I am in love with your part of the country - your photography is like taking a virtual vacation. Is THAT YOUR HOUSE in the header photo???... What a piece of paradise!...

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  20. Country roads -- what's better than that? Rode on the Los Angeles freeways on Sunday, first time since March, and I'll take Remoteville any day.

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  21. I called our local cable company a few weeks ago to see if they would be willing to provide cable to our new area since there are more houses on that road now and they do have cable half a mile down the road. They never called back. I called them again...."ummmm, that road does not exist." WHAT? Really? We have a mailbox and get mail there! And last summer, every single time the delivery truck used GPS to make a delivery, they'd call me because they were lost. I finally started saying, "Listen to my directions and do not use your GPS." Geeeeez...I feel your pain Feral woman, I feel your pain.

    Cindy Bee

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  22. yes we all fall off sometimes!!!

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I am feral, so although I dont respond at all like most domesticated bloggers, I will try my best - Thank you for even wanting to leave a comment, as it may draw me out from the woods from whence I came!

Or under a rock, it depends most days...