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Out the Weather
is your prediction for a migration departure in the next few days
as the cold front moves along? Explain.
Adair County Kentucky is getting mighty familiar. The migration
continues to wait out the wet, windy weather since arriving there 6 days
ago. Today is overcast and warm, with thunderstorms and wind. To
get to the aircraft and crane pen, the pilots and crane handles must cross
a river that's usually shallow and only about 20 feet wide. The rains
have been so heavy that the river has swelled to 40-feet wide with much
This! Journaling Question
#14 (2002) hadn't begun her migration as of latest word Nov. 15.
The only ultra-crane that did not return to Wisconsin last spring,
she remains in her chosen "home" in Carroll County, Illinois.
Of course we can't know what she's thinking, but make a list of questions
you'd like to ask this whooper.
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