Thursday, October 29, 2009

Have You Ever Wondered...?

...when you see geese flying in a 'V'...

...why one side is always longer than the other?

There are more geese on that side ;-).

Sorry, it's the only joke I can ever remember besides "Where do bees go to pee?"


DayPhoto said...

You made me laugh! What a nice way to start my morning! It's nasty here, bitter cold, wind, ice and lots of snow. Sigh. I'm just not ready for more global warming.


KC said...

Bees take a cleansing flight...never in the hive. I just went to a seminar on bees. They are lots of work so I think I will just keep buying the honey at the local Farmer's Market:)

thecrazysheeplady said...

The 40 something part of me knows about the cleansing flights, but the 6 year old part knows they pee at the BP station ;-D

melanie said...

BP station....(groan)

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

Why do geese fly in a V?

Because it would be too hard to fly in an S!

WildBlack said...

LoL! Lovely shots :D

Christine said...

***snicker*** You're as screwed up in the head as I am. You crack me up.

Anonymous said...

I think I really need to get out more....I've never heard any of those jokes. Thanks for the laughs :)
Can't wait to share the BP station with hubby, he has two hives of his own, he will think I'm really onto something...snicker :)


Alice said...

Echelon formation saves energy and improves communication among the flock. Humans could learn a lot from this flying phenomenon. Great capture!

Anonymous said...

LOL, what's in your coffee this morning!!

I love seeing geese in flight, they are so exciting. Several of our local rural ponds have geese visiting right now. :)

bj from Red Bird Ranch said...

You set me off into silly giggles; read the comments and starting again. What fun bunch!

Shelley said...

Love it! BP!! haaaa, ha, haaaa! Never thought about that, but it's interesting. Love your blog as always! I especially love the pics of Iris in the newest entry. Mom will have to see those!

Peacecat said...

I figured the bees went in the honey pot.

Anonymous said...

I saw Snow Geese on the way to work this morning. They stop here for a night or two on their way south. I wish I hadn't been on the highway and could have taken a better look.

Very nice shots. I love hearing the Canada geese talking to each other as they fly over.



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