Thursday, March 5, 2009

Our First Scandal - CSI North Carolina

For those of you who are not regular readers of Along Life's Highway, take a moment to review:Its All In The Details.
Belgian-Mom has requested (demanded) a recount submitting the following foresnic evidence with these comments:

I examined my photos again and there are points missing.Attached is my evidence. There are three sea shells, a cherub bird bath, a possible other frog, and a whole other geese family and deer family.

Now normally I would not suffer re-counts and I did confer with my partner The Higher Power who is firmly against this but I cannot bare to let all this work go to waste.

This a panoramic photographic of said yard with arrows indicating areas that were cropped off in the original blog entry. Click on the photo to admire the photo in its entirety.

In evidence, the tiny cherub birdbath. In the orignal photo smitted it was a smeary blur.

The other entire geese family. Please note the 2 deer in the background, also not counted.

Ok, you got me there. I did not realize there were two geese families. I did crop off the group on the right because I opted for what I mistakenly took for a better angle.

The scene of the crime

The points I missed:
- 3 geese and 3 baby geese - 6 points
- Cherub birdbath: 1 point
- 2 deer: 2 points

an additional 9 points could have been awarded.

"They was taking plaster tire tracks, foot prints, dog smelling prints, and they took twenty seven eight-by-ten colour glossy photographs with circles and arrows and a paragraph on the back of each one explaining what each one was to be used as evidence against us. " - Alices Restaurant, Arlo Guthrie

Sea shells still do not count.


  1. Ooohhh, I love that song.....

    But I digress.....23 whopping points.
    Whooooo Hooooooo.

  2. Thank you AlongLife'sHighway for the recount.

    Since I have no life and the only place I really go is the barn, eventually I'm going to run out of houses to photograph.

    So, thanks for SO FAR giving me the highest score. :)


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