I finally feel I have attacked the bacteria. The virus, as many can attest, will keep me coughing for awhile. I have had to abandon my two clients, for this I feel badly. Our newest granddaughter visits with her mommy and daddy this week. We have put off our planned visitation until I'm better.
Meantime, catch up on our critters!
- (Photos 1, 2 3) I love watching our white-tail deer. They like watching us. They visit in the night, as well. They amble around. There seems to be a doe with twin yearlings, another doe with a single yearling, then a pair of does with one yearling. Then, Pickle Stabber (with one antler), and Sir, our 8-point buck.
- Buster has been so much better with his meds. His is a calmer, softer boy, no longer on edge, pacing like a panther, back and forth.
- Isabelle (age 5) found these ♥ gel stickies last week (such a fun visit, where they found the tree frog in the plant!) and asked, "Do you need me to put these in the window, Gramma?" Of course, I did! They reflect the afternoon sunshine.
- We have a new buck. He's Pickle Stabber2 , a young buck, with two little horns. The doe was wary, since it is rutting season, and she took off. The twins didn't care one way or the other.
- At 11:56, Nov. 29th, I spotted Wily E. Coyote's shadow on the trailcam. There was a deer in that spot 14 minutes later. Interesting!
- Another shadow on the trailcam –can't be a cat, since they were all inside at 6:10 a.m. Nov. 30th. Then, the same thing a day later (Dec. 2nd, 10:46). It could be our red-tailed fox!
- Finally, my buck video, filmed from the kitchen window. He's a fine fellow! Still doing well, despite a bit of a chest ouchie.
buck Nov 23 15 from Jennifer Jilks on Vimeo.