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olderthanIusedtobe
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PostThu Apr 12, 2018 9:59 pm 
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Oops, slight correction.  The alleged sea otters were in Lottie, not Bowman Bay.  I saw them off and on for at least an hour as I walked around Lottie Point and Lighthouse Point.  They were just about smack dab in the middle of the bay so they weren't real close from an vantage point but visible from several different vantages.
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Never knew what it was. Last spring my son and I tried to drive to the Summit lake TH, didn't make it and on the way down all of a sudden a branch with very bright green leaves goes running in front of the truck. As it passed we saw the little brown animal that was carrying the branch. After reading some of these stories I am leaning towards mountain beaver.

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