Tuesday, June 17, 2014

...exposing the Triceratops bone, Zach Veller...

Nothing more adorable than this bison baby... the world can be such a wondrously good place...  ~oregonlive.com/.../oregons_rare_white_buffalo_herd_grows_with_three_new_calves.html~

Nearing midnight mews, wind-running Big Cats... a humid-sticky sunny day on the tame prairie, and now the winds have kicked up... the Kougar just saw that tornadoes have hit Nebraska... blessings to all involved... and it looks like the storm systems are moving into Iowa... so, another long too-busy day but at least a lot got done.

Take cover when needed, darling kittens, and keep preparing for the superstorms of life. 'Cause this Big Cat loves ya!

Authoress news and mews ~

The Kougar penned Volcano's Weekly Angelic Forecast... which is posted at Kougar Kisses below, and at these two sites ~ sirenbookstrand.blogspot.com & ~ titlemagic.blogspot.com ~


I Hate to Do This, But ...
By Pat Cunningham

This hit me and demanded to be written. I’ll return to the serial story next week. Unless, of course, something different hits.

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After over an hour painstakingly exposing the Triceratops bone, Zach Veller got up to stretch his legs. He removed his hat and wiped sweat and dust from his face. The heat didn’t bother him as much as the dirt. The dig kicked up more grit than a brisk wind in the Sahara, and it seemed to want to stick to everything, especially skin. Stand still too long and you might end up buried. Maybe he’d wake to some university grad studiously brushing sand from his skull a couple thousand years down the line.



10 Real-Life Laws That Regulate The Supernatural World
When do you need to tell a prospective buyer your house is haunted? Where do you need a license to practice necromancy or to be reincarnated? — io9.com

The 9 scariest haunted pubs in the UK
These nine pubs dotted throughout the UK have some pretty terrifying tales to tell. — Metro.co.uk


Out of Place in Time: A 500,000-Year-Old Spark Plug?
Object found in a geode could be hundreds of thousands of years old, well before advanced civilizations are thought to have inhabited the Earth. — Epoch Times


The lasting allure of the flying saucer
For more than half a century the distinctive shape has exerted a powerful grip over the popular imagination. — BBC News


The team behind the Bloodhound supersonic car have provided a first look inside the vehicle's complex cockpit, which has taken more than 10,000 hours to design and manufacture. Driver Andy Green will attempt to break the World Land Speed Record next year with the aim to become the first person in history to hit 1,000mph on land. Get an interactive view of the rocket-powered car's futuristic cockpit at The Telegraph. ~coasttocoastam.com/pages/inside-the-1000-mph-car~


 Flying Aquatic Hoverboard June 14, 2014
If you've been wondering when Back to the Future style hoverboards will finally arrive, your wait is over... sort of. French jet ski champion Franky Zapata has created a flying aquatic hoverboard capable of propelling riders high into the air at up to 23 miles per hour. A newly released promotional video shows a group of daredevils performing some truly remarkable stunts on the new hoverboard...


Tomb of 'Dracula' discovered in Naples
The alleged tomb of the infamous 16th century tryant Vlad the Impaler has been uncovered in Italy. — Unexplained Mysteries


10 million-year-old mastodon skull found in New Mexico
A fossil mastodon skull found by a group attending a bachelor party at a New Mexico lakeshore is more than 10 million years old. — NBCNews.com

Wishing you romance on the wild side… 

Kisses, Savanna Kougar

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