Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Day 243 - 30th August 2016 - Canoe, Ferns and Red-Tail Hawk

Kind of a dreary morning with thunder around 11 am and a little rain around noon. Any amount is better than none and it dampened the grass and garden. Although after watering the garden all summer we are now battling the deer which is unusual for us. On Sunday between 4pm and 6 pm they decided to help themselves again, these ones don't even wait for the cover of darkness. Overall a good day off, got some things accomplished around the house, some meal prep and chased cobwebs. I killed enough spiders that it should rain for a month - just trying to do my part! Birds were scarce - a few Red-Eyed Vireos, Northern Parulas and a Chestnut Sided Warbler which was lurking in the bushes.  Back to work today!

Always a good day for a paddle

A few pinkish clouds danced across the lake

Ferns are beginning to die off.
Red-Tail Hawk checking out something over the lake.

Enjoy your day!

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