"We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing." ~George Bernard Shaw

"Look at everything as though you were seeing it either for the first or last time." ~Betty Smith, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn


Sunday, November 25, 2018

Early Awww Monday November 25, 2018

 
After all the welcome rainy days
yesterday turned out to be sunny and dry.
Some of our deer came out from the forest
and I gave them a few bits of carrots.
 

 
2018 Photo Project
Photo #293
November 24 at 4:23 pm
 
I will truly miss the deer and all the other
mountain animals.
BUT Russell will not miss all the work that
is necessary here!
And we both will miss all our dear friends!
 
 
2018 Photo Project
Photo #294
November 24 at 4:24 pm
 
Below is a photo looking southwest towards the Eddys.
It was a  gorgeous day!
The banner photo above shows off those fabulous
lenticular clouds and fresh snow on Mt Shasta!   
 
 
2018 Photo Project
Photo #295
November 25 at 4:14 pm
 



 
 

7 comments:

Comedy Plus said...

You'll both have more time to do what you need to do. That's a good thing, but I know you'll miss all your wonderful visitors. When are you moving? Soon it sounds like.

Have a fabulous Awww Monday. Big hug to you both and tons of lovies to Miss. Lucy. ♥♥♥

Brian said...

I'm sure the deer will miss their treats too!

messymimi said...

Awww! Yes, i would miss the deer and other forest creatures, but not the hard work to live near them.

pilch92 15andmeowing said...

They are beautiful. I have seen a few lately and I hope they survive hunting season which begins tomorrow.

stevebethere said...

What lovely photos I think the deer will miss you also especially the carrots heheh!

Have a deertastic day :-)

Cathy Kennedy said...

Kathe,

My parents live in the country. While visiting my folks the weekend prior to Thanksgiving my daddy was telling us that deer feed in their backyard which I think is kind of neat but then he mentioned they also have a bear that shows up on occasion. That's where I draw the line. The only bears I like are the stuffed toy variety or bear in the wild from the safety of our car. lol Bears that aren't scared to venture close to a home are ones to keep a close eye on because they'll get into your home or vehicles looking for food. They are clever and have learned how to open a car door. When that fails, they'll rip out the window seal to gain entrance that way. I know it's gonna be hard to say goodbye to your forest friends. Will your next place be situated for woodland critters to come calling?

Caren Gittleman said...

Awww I didn't know you are moving, I would miss them too!