Boulder may not be so Green after all.

Via elephant journal
on Aug 17, 2009
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What gives?

I’m sitting at Espressoria with Peggy Markel and my friend Lindsey, all of us on our laptops.

I go take my dog Redford for a little walk, and about half a block away, the stream is just sitting there…I say, Red, don’t think you should drink that. Then I see these glassy-eyed buggers.

dead fish boulder

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2 Responses to “Boulder may not be so Green after all.”

  1. Rick Gilbert says:

    maybe they drank too much from that can of malt liquor floating nearby…