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Feral Cats & Hunter Dogs

As soon as we arrived on St George Island, the dogs quickly transformed into ‘Hunter Mode’.

The feral cats are former house cats left behind by terrible owners who once rented houses on this island.   At first glance they look like domesticated cats – of the tiger, yellow, black or white varieties – but on closer inspection there’s a mangy, wild quality that house cats definitely are lacking.  They seem to do pretty well out here.  Not too skinny.  Probably getting handouts as well as birds, mice, maybe even squirrels.  Although the SQUIRRELS here are super squirrels – lightening quick – dashing through the tree tops – not at all phased by our ferocious dogs.  Dark fur – unlike our Vermont red squirrels, and not really like the common gray squirrel of the Northeast.

The day after we arrived we went to Boss Oyster for lunch.

Softshell crabs with the fixins

Gulf shrimp, red beans and rice, hushpuppies.

wish you were here.

our temporary home

Cabbage Palmetto.  Florida and S.C. state tree.

settling in.

Longleaf pines – they are everywhere on this island.

we’re getting back to work now. more reports later.

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