Coyotes are Out

DaGoddess @ 23:56

They’re howling and yipping as they are wont to do. Not sure what’s going on, but legend has it they’re most agitated when the spirits are active. The Kumeyaay have a long, rich history in this area. Perhaps their ancestors are busy with something.

That would explain the ghost critter running around the house, right?

Don’t laugh. We’re smack dab in the middle of Kumeyaay territory. Down the street is Ipai Waaypuk Trail — which leads to the Kumeyaay-Ipai Interpretive Center. Don’t ask me how you pronounce that.

We have a lot of interesting street names around here. Some I know the story of and others I just wonder about. Like Ipava. I know the story behind that one. Wanna take a guess on how it’s pronounced? Three guesses:

a) Ee-pah-vah
b) Eye-pay-vah
c) Qualcomm

Go ahead and guess.

Anyhow…weird tangent I got off on there, huh? Par for the course, I suppose.

The coyotes are out and talking up a storm. I wish I knew why.


  1. Mating season? ;)

    Comment by Pam — 2009/08/17 @ 06:05

  2. Kinda cool to be living out where you can hear the coyotes. Even though it does get slightly spooky at night listening to them.

    Comment by diamond dave — 2009/08/17 @ 07:06

  3. I’d say it’s either coyote mating season or you have the radio tuned to Nancy Pelosi on NPR! :nana: :flag:

    Comment by JihadGene — 2009/08/17 @ 19:15

  4. :rofl:

    It’s definitely coyotes. I think they were just having a bit of fun. Can’t say as I blame ’em.

    Comment by DaGoddess — 2009/08/17 @ 21:45

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