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Let’s have a Live Chat Wednesday morning, Nov. 12, 8-9 a.m.

By Gary Bogue
Tuesday, November 11th, 2008 at 1:00 pm in Live Chat, Pets, Wildlife.

If you’ve been waiting for the chance to ask questions a little more directly and interactively, now’s the time!

If you’re up early Wednesday (Nov. 12), stop by or from 8 to 9 a.m. for a live chat with me. I’ll answer questions about pets, animals and anything else that comes to mind.

Anyone should be able to go to either or

See you there! /Gary

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6 Responses to “Let’s have a Live Chat Wednesday morning, Nov. 12, 8-9 a.m.”

  1. Mike "troll" Dame Says:

    this sound like somethign fun, if im still up at 8am ill be sure to join in

  2. Pat in Antioch Says:

    Wish I could have been there Gary…unfortunately, I’m at work from 8-5! :-(

    Pat in Antioch

  3. Dorie Whitemore Says:

    Gary…….Please tell us a day or so ahead of live chats…found out when I read the paper–after work. thanks, Dorie Whitemore

  4. Beverly Says:

    Hi Gary..My husband and I travel down Railroad Ave in Pittsburg to our boat…This is very strange, on Railroad is the Pittsburg Funeral Chapel…On the roof are Turkey Vulchers …very creepy ..They also are across the street in the Eucalyptus trees..I lived in Reliez Valley for years where they would live in the old oak trees..Whats up here?…besides my husbands funeral home jokes. Thank you soooo much for your years of wonderful animal stories.

  5. Mary Christensson Says:

    Hi, Gary!

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family! As always, my husband and I cannot tellyou enough how much we enjoy your column. We had debated about renewing our subscription to the San Mateo County Times, and the presence of your column was one of the major factors in our decision to continue.

    We have to let you know that we were almost rolling on the floor today after reading about Mr. Toes and his stash of treasures. We were also deeply touched by the tribute to the mountain lion submnitted by one of your readers in a column about two weeks ago. I had meant to clip it out, and forgot to do so, Could you please let me know where I can find it?

    Thank you, too, for all you are doing on behalf of the woodpeckers in Rossmoor. We were recently thrilled to discover that a woodpecker has taken up residence in a hollowed our branch of our maple tree. The awareness of habitat protection that you are promoting is such a critical element of the “green” movement!

    Again, best wishes to you and your family,

    Cyril and Mary Christensson

  6. Diane Woodruff Says:

    This can be a I adore examples of the articles that have been written, and especially the comments posted! I will come back!

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