I found this hilarious article on BuzzFeed (written/edited by Mathew Guiver) and how much funnier can you get than the funny “single” ladies that a grouping of funny meme of the Golden Girls! (I say single because that was one of the main themes of the shows…Although Rose had a long term relationship with Miles and Dorothy got married at the end).
I LOVE the Golden Girls, they are always playing reruns on Foxtel and I watch them as much as I can. They were (and still are, just my personal opinion) amazing role models about being ‘older’ single ladies.
As many of you probably know I am a big fan of Wild Earths/Ustream web feed of Wild Earth Safari Live…Pretty much I think sometimes I borderline on the obsession. Anyways because people are aware I watch these I’ve started to realise that there are so many other feeds through Ustream that I watch and I very rarely mention these other ones.
Sea Eagles – Australia
Currently this Ustream channel is filmed in Sydney Australia and it follows two parent Sea Eagles raising their young. This particular hatching season, they have managed to, so far, successfully hatch two baby chicklets and know you can just watch them feed and eventually start to learn to fly.
Owl Channel – America
Here you can watch wild Barn Owls (Tyto alba) in live 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They roost and nest in an owl box we call the Hideout. We have a camera inside the Hideout as well as cameras outside to see them come and go.
Explore – Brook Falls
Watching exclusive live footage from Alaska’s Brooks River in Katmai National Park. Every year over a hundred Brown Bears descend on a mile long stretch of Brooks River to feast on the largest Sockeye Salmon run in the world.
ALSO though through this particular Ustream feed, you are also able to view other cameras through the website explore.org/ . You can look up feeds on Puffins, Panda and Walruses…Just to name a few!