Saturday, August 18, 2018

Breeding Grounds

This week, I thoroughly enjoyed watching the doe and her twins foraging along the perimeter of the yard.  While the photos are not the best, they hopefully send the message of peace and tranquility presented by Mother Nature.

 
  

Their mom brought up the rear and slowly began to step out into the open.  Through the haze, I finally got her.  They're the ones who ate my hydrangeas!



I had been concerned about this doe and her twins.  At first, I was seeing them on a regular basis.  Then nothing.  One day when I came home from the gym the Pres told me that he saw the doe and one fawn.  I was worried something had happened to the other fawn.  You see, our resident Bobcat has been seen twice in the past week.


A few days later, I spotted a doe and one fawn wander through right after the doe and her twins.



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Breeding Grounds

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Friday, August 17, 2018

Busy Baking

What do smoothies and fresh baked Strawberry-Rhubarb pie have in common?

ME


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Busy Baking

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