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   SPUCK  Friday May 9 05:13 AM

May 9B, 2008 Slackin at low tide.

Wasn't sure the antler spam was the Friday ani mule shot so I figured I'll run this.

I caught this shot down at our City's wharf.




rupip  Friday May 9 06:37 AM

how do they get up there?
- climb? (nah),
- jump out of the water (clever)
- swim at high tide and wait, and wait, and wait, and wait



and the more important question: what do they taste like?



Griff  Friday May 9 06:47 AM

The living is good.



DucksNuts  Friday May 9 06:56 AM

Do they smell ickie Bruce???

The beach where I went to see some, was on the nose totally. Apparently, they regurgitate the bones, skin etc that they cant digest.



glatt  Friday May 9 08:33 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by DucksNuts View Post
was on the nose totally
I like that. Is that Aussie for "smells bad?"

I was downwind of a seal in N.Z. that smelled really reeally bad.


sweetwater  Friday May 9 10:20 AM

Bet there's some impressive snoring happening, too.



Shawnee123  Friday May 9 10:35 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by glatt View Post
I like that. Is that Aussie for "smells bad?"

I was downwind of a seal in N.Z. that smelled really reeally bad.
That was me in a seal costume. Sorry.


el fantastico  Friday May 9 02:52 PM

in the old wharf section of newport, oregon there is a resident colony of sea lions who live on and around the unused docks and pilings. i found them when i heard (and smelled) what sounded like an old man coughing up a lung made of 3 day old, rotting fish. which... i guess... is kind of what they were doing.



Gravdigr  Friday May 9 03:23 PM

Looks like a bit of seal(ion?) cheesecake to me....



DucksNuts  Saturday May 10 07:54 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by DucksNuts View Post
Do they smell ickie Bruce???

The beach where I went to see some, was on the nose totally. Apparently, they regurgitate the bones, skin etc that they cant digest.
Ummm.....please excuse me Spuck, I was reading on of Bruce's IotD and assumed he had posted this one....

Quote:
Originally Posted by glatt
I like that. Is that Aussie for "smells bad?"
Uhuh


newtimer  Saturday May 10 10:49 AM

Quote:
Originally Posted by rupip View Post
...and the more important question: what do they taste like?
They have a faintly fishy flavor, like a bald eagle. And yet their meat is surprisingly stringy, much like a Siberian tiger's.


Griff  Saturday May 10 11:24 AM

Kind of like a cross between manatee and Tazmanian tiger?



Warren Peas  Saturday May 10 11:55 PM

el fantastico
I likewise have visited Newport, made the mistake of staying in a waterfront motel across the inlet from the sealion hangout(haul out). Damn things kept us awake all night.



Coign  Monday May 12 04:53 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by rupip View Post
how do they get up there?
- climb? (nah),
- jump out of the water (clever)
- swim at high tide and wait, and wait, and wait, and wait



and the more important question: what do they taste like?
They jump. And really high to.


xoxoxoBruce  Wednesday May 14 10:50 AM

@ Spuck, your picture got stolen.
http://pixdaus.com/single.php?id=44534#post_c



SPUCK  Thursday May 15 05:08 AM

Wonder why it's there? Wish I'd stuck my name on it.. Too bad I'd compressed it so much. Nice pics on that site I guess I'm honored?



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