When the piebald deer we saw last year, visited us again this year, I mused if another notable deer would return. Yesterday evening, we had 6 deer outside our window. With the light fading, I took some video, as my phone camera automatically compensates for low light better in video, and hoped for the best. … Continue reading Detail is back!
I'm finally getting to photos that were taken out our living room window in March! First up, one of Butterscotch's pretty little babies, all grown up. I can't remember; was this one Rosencrantz? Or Guildenstern?
On learning that my nephew and his wife will be having a baby, I started working on crocheted baby gifts. I've just finished the last of them - a gift for the mom - to go with the stroller blanket and matching hats I made for Baby's first winter, including adult sized hats for Mom … Continue reading Well, that didn’t take long…
After dropping my daughter off at work this morning, I decided to head over to the beach and see how the lake was looking. I am absolutely amazed that there are still ice fishing sheds out there! I can't believe the ice is still strong enough to drive on! Most of the shacks are gone, … Continue reading Still on the ice!
Checking out that human in the window! Though this deer seemed to be staring the camera down, in reality, if I move too fast behind the tripod, they tend to dash off immediately. So not really bold. Just pretending!
This is the second group of three deer that started to visit us regularly in February. Sometimes, both groups would show up at once, but usually, one group would arrive and the other would soon follow, as if they were hanging out somewhere in the maple grove, waiting for the first group to leave.
For a while, in February, we started to get regular visits from two groups of three deer. This is one of them.
With all the snow melt and puddles forming, I quickly got tired of wet feet and soaked shoes. So last night, I bit the bullet and braved an area of the house I tend to avoid. The new part basement. I remembered seeing a whole bunch of rubber boots down there, and was desperate enough … Continue reading Still got no rubbers
This picture was taken towards the end of February. One of our visiting deer was already showing the beginnings of new antler growth.