She passes by some mornings. Almost certain this is the doe that lost her fawn back on Jul 9th after being hit by a vehicle on the road near our home.
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We be chillin’ like fat rabbits in a field of clover on this day 🙂 (picture taken this morning on our front lawn).
Monday mornings, time to plan the week. Enjoying toast and coffee and look who shows up for a munch! This bunny rabbit’s coat has almost changed from its winter to summer coat. Spring is definitely here.
Another one of these yellow fungi appeared overnight. Like the others, it will turn a bright yellow during today and then slowly fade. Apparently its edible to at least these birds. If anybody knows the name of the bird specie, let me know.
Labor day 2014 is warm and humid. We were pleasantly visited by a momma deer and her two offspring. 🙂
Always a good morning when deer come by for a visit. Especially when they are munching on the greenery that otherwise would of fallen to the whipper snipper. I’ll have to remember to not cut it all down so they have something to nibble on.
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September will soon be here so its time to prep the wood sheds for the winter. That means covering up the split firewood to keep the rains and snow off.
This poor bird, not sure what it is, a grouse maybe, showed up near our front deck just after supper this evening. I’ve seen birds like this before, feathers all puffed out. Something was wrong.
Another hot day comes to an end. Well over 30 C all day with clear skies and we were outdoors finishing up paint trim on windows, cleared out some wild growth bamboo-like trees/grass and cut down a few overgrown evergreen bushes. I know I’m bushed!