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    Annadel Cat

    Spotted today in the meadow near where Marsh intersects Two Quarry. A big beast.

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    what, no pics?

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    Cat ? and big beast what's that ? We have all kinds around here.

    Now pick one A,B or C

    A.. Large hill cat

    B.. Medium hill cat

    C.. Small hood cat
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    D. Urban Cat
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    Quote Originally Posted by Random Drivel
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    Hey she looks like a double breasted mattress thrasher i saw once while bird watching up at Annadel

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    There is a cat that hangs around Canyon. Sometimes I'll stop and pet him, there are tons of stickers in the fur. He loves the attention. Just a fat tabby, that's all.

    Actually I have seen a few of these:

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    meow.
    我的镀铬光泽的冰柱一样,我骑在镇附近在我的低骑手自行车

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    What I saw was "A" above; a large one. At least I was forced to do Two Quarry downhill for the first time (usually that's my way up). Should've suspected the deer running towards me about 10 minutes earlier.

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    i was in the headlands saturday, finishing my ride by climbing up coastal towards the bridge. there was a group of hikers/bikers stopped, all looking up at a nearby peak. i stopped (heck i'm so slow i was almost stopped anyway!) and asked what they were looking at...the answer was a mtn lion at the top of the peak. i could just make out something moving up there in silhouette, not sure what it was. i took a few pix hoping i can zoom in to see but i doubt it. maybe the closest i've come to see one of these rare majestic animals.

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    Oh yes I did...

    Meh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cohenfive
    maybe the closest i've come to see one of these rare majestic animals.
    Funny how coming even closer can turn a "rare majestic animal" into "oh sh*t, oh sh*t, oh SH*T!" At least that's what I said when one of them crossed the trail about 5-10 yds. in front of me in the headlands several years back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fast Eddy
    D*mn me for not having good photo-editing software.
    Meh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prettym1k3
    D*mn me for not having good photo-editing software.
    Can you guess what software I used?

    Oops[1].jpg

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    Yah, when I was back in town last spring I saw a pretty good sized beastie bustin' ass up Marsh. Had I kept up on my chicken blood dosing, I might have been able to keep up. It was the first mountain lion I'd seen in Annadel, and I used to ride there several times a week. Awesome creatures... so long as they aren't staring at you with ears pointed up ;-)

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