Saturday, May 25, 2024

Fox and skunk through history


When one writes an Internet column with such wide ranging interests, but also with so much content for so many years, one never knows what readers will become attached to. But no matter how directed I become in whatever current interest I am chasing down, I am always receptive to the wishes of my readership. 

And so when several people wrote in wondering where all the fox and skunk pictures are these days, I immediately looked to see if I could find something they would enjoy.

There was nothing on my computer, so...

Down into the archives I went!

And down.

And down.

In file cabinet number 223, I found these:

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