We had to take a run to Bath this afternoon for a part for the camper, so I spent the morning cleaning up the kitchen while Mark worked in the garage until we were ready to leave. Funny the things I see while washing dishes.
Things like a dragonfly the likes I’ve never seen before! (least that I could remember!)
Things like little “Bambi” who came down so close to the house this morning! There was no mother deer anywhere in sight….
While we drove down the road, we had to stop so I could photograph the pretty Wild Chicory growing alongside our road.
Me: Mark, can we take the road through Woodville, please?
We pull into the parking lot for the boat launch and there is one lonely minivan parked in the lot. I gingerly hop out of the truck with the Nikon, into drizzly wet weather…..
Me: Mark! Look! There are TWO birds in the tree!!!
Since the tree is halfway across the lake and it is rainy and miserable, I turn my attention to some little subjects closer to me….
After taking gobs of photos of ducks, I look up and see the truck slowly making its way out of the parking lot. I jog to my door and hop in, so excited about seeing two Eagles sitting in the tree. Mark wonders if there is something “wrong” with me….Eagles?
At this point, I inform him that were I several years younger, I might just go to Finger Lakes Community College and begin studying to be a forest ranger so I can work close to nature and the animals I love! So THERE!
Doesn’t everyone long to linger in nature?
Well, as we drove along, Mark pulled over and told me to take a picture of the guys working on building a barn…
This barn was HUGE! This was just a tiny section of the thing.
We continued on our way and went shopping in a couple of stores. A rather relaxing day, all in all.
As I uploaded the photos I took today, a thought crossed my mind….Golly, I cannot help it I live in such a beautiful place!