A "hobo" clown at heart, down on my luck (previously but not now), but eternally optimistic :o)
Follow someone who isn't sticking to these rules and have a good recipie ready ;-)
All good suggestions. The road we live on is a huge deer crossing, so we are extra careful driving it.Be espoecially careful at dawn and dusk.
And those 'deer whistles' people put on the front of their cars don't work.
And another reason I am good with not being able to drive anymore...
And let's stop building stupid, cookie-cutter condos that no one wants anyway right where the deer live so they are not, in turn, forced into populated areas more frequently. ~Mary
I hit a deer last year around this time. Quite unavoidable unfortunately. I pride myself on being a careful driver but this deer bolted down a steep, woody hill on a corner near dark. She was out in front of me before I could even react. Another good tip is don't slam on your brakes!
thanks for the tips!
Just saw a car and deer that collided, not too far from my house. The deer didn't make it. Driver was stunned. Good advice.
I hate to see the poor deer lying dead along side the road. Good advice!
Good advice. I've been traveling by car a lot lately, covering about three or four states at a trip, and I've been seeing an unusual number of deer carcases along the roads. I've wondered, is it because the deer population is up so high, because it is hunting/mating season and the deer are a little crazed, or a combination. Knowing that they travel in groups has saved my life and the lives of some deer over the years.
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