Oh, to have the life of one of our own cats… 😀
With the wind knocking over the bird feeder so often, the hanging feeders were getting pretty damaged. So the last time it happened, I decided it was a good time to get a suet feeder for the winter.
I think it’s going over rather well, with the chickadees!
First off, a very Happy Thanksgiving to my US friends! I hope you all have a wonderful day, with much to be grateful for. ❤Continue reading
One of the beauties of digital photography is the ability to take a lot of quick shots and hope to get at least a couple of good ones out of the bunch, and not worry about running out of film.
It also means that, when I finally get around to uploading the photos and seeing them on the desktop, I get to see some hilarious catches, like this.
That marvelous, goofy face!
I also got him as his usual, handsome self.
This photo goes back a couple of weeks, to the middle of November. We haven’t seen as many deer at the feeding station this year. They’re definitely coming by. We’re just not seeing them!
So seeing three at once was a nice little treat. 🙂
Clearly, Cheddar has adapted quite well to the indoor life!
Gotta hurry up, to eat and run!
Today was my “day of rest”, during my daughter’s short shift. It was warm enough that I was able to do quite a bit of walking (playing Pokemon Go, of course. 😉 ), and was able to check out the conditions at the beach, too.
In the distance, you can see a ridge of ice on the lake. Beyond that is pretty much open water. At this time of year, and at these temperatures, the winds and waves are keeping the lake quite open, even in this comparatively narrow section of it; narrow enough that we can just see the opposite shore, though not in this photo. It will be some weeks, at least, before the ice is thick enough to drive on, and the ice fishing huts start getting set up.Continue reading
While doing my morning rounds and starting along the path to the trail cam, I immediately noticed something odd about one of the fence wires.
It’s hard to see in the photo, but one of the wires is all bent out of shape.
On the wire below, I could see why.
A couple of barbs has tufts of deer fur stuck in them.
The electrical cord that powers our lights by the gate runs along the top wire of the fence. It’s big and thick, making it quite visible, even in the dark (at least for a deer!). My guess is, the deer tried to duck under the electrical wire, but didn’t see the barbed wire below and got hung up.
I really want to get rid of this fence.
What’s with those humans in the window, always checking me out?