I had to chuckle because I'm actually within the city limits. It's just a weird small city where country is all over the place, even right behind Walmart. There's a lot of farm land. And I have farmland behind me and next to my next door neighbor. It is really the best of both worlds...convenience and country all in one. I do hear motor cycles. My next door neighbor and the couple across the road have Harleys. lol. Everyone is friends pretty much here, as it's a community with a lot of retired people. Today, Matisse & Maurice got to go out on the street in front of my house and play with my neighbor's golden retriever. The street barely has anyone coming and if they do, they're go slowly and we call the dogs back...perfect visibility etc. So the street in this case is pretty safe. Then they ran over to the farm land. Of course, I don't let the poodles go too far for fear of eagles. But they had a good romp and the golden is getting so much better about being careful. He's so cute and finally getting the picture how to not step on the poodles. They all had a blast.Oh my gosh that would be so amazing! I really envy that you live somewhere in the country or woods, that you get to hear these beautiful sounds! Oh if we could only change places for a week!
Here you would hear sounds of people talking too loudly in the hall, doors being slammed shut, lawnmowers, edge trimmers and leaf blowers, motorcycles speeding by on the interstate and all other sorts of lovely sound.
Hahaha! Yes, I know you wouldn’t switch places with me for a heartbeat! I am planning on moving to Colorado, Maybe South Dakota or Wyoming in the next few years. Would love to experience similar sounds as yours. Just lovely
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Bwa-ha-ha-ha-ha...:laugh:can you make a video of yourself doing this? It sounds hilarious. I don't ever drink coffee that comes in those cans anymore so I think I'm out of luck. Anyhow, here in Washington, we don't have moose. Or would that be meece? :act-up: Thanks for such an amusing story. It really made my morning much better. :highfive:PB,
I grew up in Alaska which has a large moose population. I remember making a "moose call" as a camp arts/crafts project. You take one of those old large coffee cans like Maxwell House, poke a hole in the bottom and tie a strip of rubber so that the rubber hangs inside the can. The rubber has to be wet. You hold the can under one arm and reach into the can with your hand and pull rapidly on the rubber strap. Voila- moose noises. Be careful where you do this!