Story of Rock Island Bend

Written by Mike Clifford/HeartlandOutdoorsman.Com

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The Spirituality of Pigeons!

Written by Samantha Thurlby-Brooks

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No matter how many people chase them, scare them, are rude to them or even try to run them over, pigeons are still there reminding us that nature is all around. I feel our attitude as a nation is being reflected ontorepparttar pigeons of England, yet these creatures still give us respect, trust and friendship. Apparently, it is lucky to have a bird excrete on your shoulder, or sorepparttar 139119 tale goes! Why would it not be lucky unless these birds are giving us a message?

But what is this message? Well, why not askrepparttar 139120 pigeons?! Next time you’re walking downrepparttar 139121 road and you see a pigeon, greet them and ask what it is they are trying to tell you. You may have a pleasant reply!

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