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    Quote Originally Posted by KathyC View Post
    Brian Clark:

    Thank you so much for todays comments about Marty and his adventure to the hut with you. I'm glad that both of you had fun.

    I enjoyed the read.
    You're very welcome and thank you all for the positive feedback on the observer comments in general. It isn't always easy for someone on the crew to come up with something to write about every day, but we do our best.

    I think Marty had more fun than me on the hike. In the end it was definitely fun for me, but it did make me cut my social visit to Lakes short after all. Marty is lucky that I like him...and of course he's cute

    By the way, tomorrow's comment will be from someone that works on the crew that has never written a comment before. This person isn't an intern or a volunteer either, and this is the third year that this person has been working seasonally for the Observatory.
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    Today's comments were so enjoyable. We have three cats, one of which is an indoor/outdoor cat. That one was adopted as an adult, and she had been an outdoor cat previously, so we let her outside for short while each day. If I try to walk anywhere while she's outside, she'll follow me. I always put her inside before going anywhere, for fear she'll try to follow me across a busy street and get hit by a car.

    I could visualize Marty following you all the way down (and up!) the Crawford Path. Great story. She must now be one tired kitty.

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    Default Sharon question

    Sharon, what is your shift schedule like? Is it the same 8 days on and 7 off as the Observers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    Sharon, what is your shift schedule like? Is it the same 8 days on and 7 off as the Observers?
    The gift shop/museum attendants do work the same shifts as the crew. They are part of the crew during the summer months.
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    I'm so happy to see Nin so cozy and looking well...

    He's such a pretty cat.

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    Is Nin wearing a harness?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill O View Post
    Is Nin wearing a harness?
    Looks like he doesn't mind too much. That's the look of a happy cat...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtruman View Post
    Looks like he doesn't mind too much. That's the look of a happy cat...
    He does look happy, and a little skinnier.

    I suppose if you are taking a cat for a walk (which is really weird by the way) they need a harness.
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    I've tried getting a harness or even a collar on my cat, it doesn't work...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KathyC View Post
    I've tried getting a harness or even a collar on my cat, it doesn't work...
    The cat I have now is a houdini with a collar. I think she has hidden opposible thumbs LOL. She can actually unhook the plastic snap clip (like the ones on a back pack), but the dog took care of the problem since he chewed it up
    When I was living with my sister in Kansas she had 2 black cats, and I had a siamese. We lived in the city so we didn't want them to run off. Hers took a bit of holding, but they didn't mind the harness knowing they were going outside, and all I had to do was put the harness down to my cat's level, and he would put his head through for you!! LOL He was an awesome cat. I had to leave him behind when I moved up here for Joe
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