How far will you go for your bird?
Posted 30 August 2010 - 11:34 PM
I was so fortunate that after several discussions they agreed to not only adopt Rosie to me but also drive 1/2 way with her to meet me. So it was a 3 hour trip there and 3 hours back. But she is my treasure and it was all totally worth the drive.
Posted 31 August 2010 - 01:39 AM
You know how many speeding tickets I'd have wracked up by now if I did that? I'm already on thin ice when I'm explaining to the officer that its the parrot in the passenger's seat going "Go faster! Pass that Car! Crank up the Volume!" that's responsible for my lead foot and my, uh, other driving habits that the law may find objectionable.
LOL! i would love to hear and see that!
Newton (Harlequin), Elliot (Scarlet), Handsome (American Saddlebred), Hyah (Miligold)
Warning: Do not let these little innocent faces fool you!
Posted 31 August 2010 - 02:47 AM
Washington State to Carson City, Nevada.
What is the most probably way gone and out there?
I had two birds being shipped to me from Boston, a 12 hour flight for the birds. Since I live 3-3.5 hours from SeaTac, the nearest airport for pick-up from Delta, I chartered a cesna from Port Angeles to Boeing Field in Seatte. Took a cab from Boeing Field to Seatac, picked up the birds, then cabbed back to Boeing Field, flew the charter back to Port Angeles. It took less than 1.5 hours, vs. making the babies ride in the car for 3 more hours after that long flight.
Posted 31 August 2010 - 02:54 AM
Ninja - Green Cheeked Conure
Amber & Cinder - Sun Conures
Solaris, Emerald, Sklyer, Jasper, Topaz, Coleco & Atari - Lineolated Parakeets
Kiwi & Honeydew - Pacific Parrotlets
Posted 21 February 2011 - 04:09 AM
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