Fall is here. Wood is in and stacked. Goldfish are in, although I put 12 babies back, as I didn't think the tank. We have 15 babies in the tank, probably ~20 in the pond. Winter, bring it on!
A young buck has been appearing regularly, moving across the yard.
A doe moves across the yard. With the deerflies gone, they are happier out in the open, in our safe yard.
It was time to put up a feeder. First, I just used the pot. I realized that I should put out the proper feeder.
There are a pair of chipmunks who have moved into a field mouse network of underground holes. I can tell there are a pair, as I see one in the feeder and one at the burrow entrance. They are frequent visitors.
Even my indoor plants are blooming. You recall I had to repot my Orchid Cactus. Someone knocked it down and broke the pot. This was a branch that had broken off. It had a bud and I put it in water.
The hibiscus are at their peak.
And all I managed were two smallish pumpkins in the veggie garden!
Japanese Anemone is the 4th photo.
Two new plants, Ladyslipper, is the 2nd one.
I scanned the yard, and spotted these three Mourning Doves having a sunbath.
Last, but not least:
Another Harbour - More Ice
2 hours ago