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I just helped this lovely lady across the road. She's one of the prettiest females I've seen in a time.

Insectra 8 May 31
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that truly is a pretty pattern she wears!

Usually the females aren't that nicely colored. I assumed it was a male when I stopped for it and I'll was surprised to see otherwise. Hopefully she's off to lay a bunch of eggs and pass along her good looks.

@Insectra, unless she's gay. ... & even then.

@walklightly lol!

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I spent a lot of time as a turtle escort when I lived in Alabama

btroje Level 9 May 31, 2018

not kinky at all.. (joke)

@Lukian good one. THere is always another interpretation a writer might not think of

@Lukian I am in therapy now

@btroje lol. There is no such thing as a happy hooker. I hope therapy helps you.

@Lukian reptilian hooking is another thing altogether

@btroje I hear that people tend to grow a hard shell after a while. They become impervious to comments (ok,ok I'll stop now...)

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Oh she is lovely!

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We are making progress. Wildlife is to be helped, not harmed.

Mooolah Level 8 May 31, 2018
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It's good to know there are people out there who care enough to help.

Two summers ago I was driving down a back road to a state park when I saw a painted turtle crossing. I stopped my car, but before I could get out a boy who looked like he was about 12 years old carrying a Red Ryder BB gun and wearing a homemade cape ran out of a nearby yard and carried her to safety. He waved and yelled that it was his job to help the turtles on his road.
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That was cool, but I was still laughing when I launched my kayak.

ADD: I edited my post twice now to delete all of the gibberish. It reappeared last time.

JimG Level 8 May 31, 2018

Whew. I was cringing until the conclusion of the story. What a happy ending.

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The kids took this pic the other day. I asked them to not bother it. They're learning. This turtle was spotted under the blackberry bushes, so safe from traffic.

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