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Flat out, kipping, while cross the country tripping,Thoreau smiled. (10)

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Smiled,read the wall poster, when it should have read 'smiling' (11).


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Smiling with eyes only is not best way to encourage returning guests. (12)

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Guests in nests, fonder of pests, rarely feel tense or bother making cents. (13)

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Originally Posted By LukeJavan8
Smiled,read the wall poster, when it should have read 'smiling' (11).


It is a misconception that Thoreau, New Mexico has much, if anything to do with Henry David Thoreau. Traveling in the early morning hours, before sunrise, one might experience (first hand) a feeling of....smiling.

I've never seen so many hawks in Oklahoma as I did today. The experience was definitely worth the turnpike tolls.

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There is a hawk, my favorite raptor, which visits my feeders
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And also an owl with a 3 foot wingspan.


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Guests in nests, fonder of pests, rarely feel tense or bother making cents. (13)

Cents or pence, hidden in vents, are safe from thieves who can come anywhence. (14)

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Anywhence words may travel, it is fair to say, my ignorance is sure to unravel. (15)

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Originally Posted By LukeJavan8
There is a hawk, my favorite raptor, which visits my feeders
daily (12).



And also an owl with a 3 foot wingspan.





This is the last posting. How can you miss three posts
inbetween????????????????


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Originally Posted By LukeJavan8
Originally Posted By LukeJavan8
There is a hawk, my favorite raptor, which visits my feeders
daily (12).

And also an owl with a 3 foot wingspan.

This is the last posting. How can you miss three posts
inbetween????????????????


Remember that the last word of a sentence has to be the same as the first word of the next. So we have:

Smiled, read the wall poster, when it should have read 'smiling'. (11)
Smiling with eyes only is not best way to encourage returning guests. (12)
Guests in nests, fonder of pests, rarely feel tense or bother making cents. (13)
Cents or pence, hidden in vents, are safe from thieves who can come anywhence. (14)
Anywhence words may travel, it is fair to say, my ignorance is sure to unravel. (15)


So I can't see where the sentences in the above quote box fit in. confused

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