Using specially designed Lycra backpacks, the birds fly film of your rafting trip on the Cache la Poudre River back to our Fort Collins outpost, typically traveling distances between 20 and 40 miles. [...] After the pigeons arrive back home, we develop the film so that you can see your photos when you get back from the river.
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I watched their promo video, and none of the pigeons were wearing backpacks. Also, I love the use of "develop the film" to describe "print the JPEG".
It's a thin film of oxide.
Not RFC1149 compliant.
We are looking to scale fast and send you riding raptor variants down the rapids, finish patching genuine merino-sea-island-cotton velos that are wings on them just as you near a rendering plant, and anybody stuck under the velos when they return can watch our group sex while they wait for the raptor to finish editing the video and pass you a diamond-heatsink read-once U3 memory device. With the saurian's take on the trip and maybe a feather mite the size of a chihuahua.