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Friday, May 17, 2013

A few walks

First we start with, what do you see when you walk in 85 degree (that would be "thank God for the breeze" in Celsius) weather?

A dog that doesn't mind taking a break for a change...

Most of the birds sitting quietly in the trees to catch more breeze...



...and believe it or not, NOW they're playing lacrosse!

 
Next day, a little later, a little cooler...

...and deer in the back field!

I knew one was a buck, he snorted at us.




See his little horn nubs coming in?

What we didn't see- till we got home- was the FOUR of them!






All right, we're outta here!
 
But, Chris?  What do you see on a nice cool morning when you get a day off?

No better church than nature.  Everything is a preacher; everywhere is a pulpit.



First time in the river since the surgery.




The front lines...





One deer today, a little guy that Scrappy missed because he was intent on sniffing where it was ten minutes ago.

And the latest "Unusual fungi of 2013" contestant.

11 comments:

  1. That is one weird mushroom. :)

    I went for my run really early this morning... 3 miles of walking, 3.5 of running. SO glad I did. It hit 80. With the breeze (and later napping on the couch) it was good, but once you got up to do anything the sweat fest started. (sorry, TMI?)

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  2. No worries, we sweat here, too. Just not so much from running. Google earth says our typical walk is 2.5 to 2.75 miles.

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    1. That's a great daily walk. Just enough! :)

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  3. At first glance I thought that deer was a kangaroo...........lol silly me........

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  4. That shot with the four deer is really pretty.

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  5. Average summer temp for Adelaide 29 deg C = 85F and I love days like that. It usually can get a lot hotter too.

    I saw some footage on the news the other night of a deer crashing through the windscreen of a bus. Made me realise those gorgeous creatures can be pretty dangerous on your roads

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    1. You ain't kidding! We've already lost one car to the little darlings.

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  6. CWM:
    That's some GREAT pictures you took out there (aside from the lacrosse one...lol).
    Those geese DID line up well.

    And I think that comparison with Church and nature was BRILLIANT!
    (and so very true)
    Very well done.

    Stay safe up there.

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    1. Yeah well, I didn't want to wait for an action shot lest some parent think I was a perv...

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