> it turned out. The fish were in abundance, with at least 23 species
> recorded. (Geoff, feel free to chime in if I forget any!) Here's the list:
> Black spotted topminnow
> Black striped topminnow
Notatus and olivaceous from the same site? Is that normal?
I remember how my great-uncle Jerry would sit on the porch
and whittle all day long. Once he whittled me a toy boat out
of a larger toy boat I had. It was almost as good as the first
one, except now it had bumpy whittle marks all over it. And
no paint, because he had whittled off the paint.
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