The mucus secreted by the foot contains fibres which help prevent the slug from slipping down vertical surfaces. The “slime trail” that a slug leaves behind has some secondary effects: other slugs coming across a slime trail can recognize the slime trail as produced by one of the same species, which is useful in finding a mate. Following a slime trail is also part of the hunting behavior of some carnivorous slugs.–Wikipedia
Trees flourish in the soils and climate of our area.
President Obama in CHO yesterday. A combination of festival and lockdown but naturally it’s best if it feels like a festival.
Andy Lofton of Obamarocks.org on hand with his product.
I’m guessing this fellow was not a supporter.
A perimeter was established.
Not a good day to cross the railroad tracks.
Watchers were watching.
It takes a village to protect and coordinate for a Presidential trip.
We have the product but we have not had quality creative people.–Susan Payne – Payne, Ross & Associates
Hear the pitch, hear the clients offer feedback and advice to the Creatives. Hear about placemaking, branding, telling the story, creating the creative, pushing product to screens, authentic experience, extracting more time and money from tourists. Hear political correctness go a round with the copywriter…
Shocking, and I’ll let you go, the hour is late, but I’ll tell you, your number one tourism attraction that comes up from all the statewide surveys that are done is birding, isn’t that surprising?–Susan Payne
My one fervent hope. Please please please do away with the “home of the Cavaliers” sign at the airport. New slogan, new sign:
Charlottesville-Albemarle, for the birds….