Sunday, April 26, 2009
Monday, April 20, 2009
Thursday, April 9, 2009
It was the eastern side of Washington.
A desert no trees no rain.
Dirt, rocks, and rattlesnakes everywhere.
The first trees I saw were around this run down settlers cabin.
The trees were as run down as the cabin.
At least we had blue sky.
Thursday, April 2, 2009
The wind is blowing so hard she can hardly stand up and look at her fur.
There were a few buds on the trees in the Orchard.
I found a few flowers starting to bloom.
Looks like some by the porch.
I found a few in the flower bed under the window it looks like we need to weed that garden.
Isaac found me a couple of dandelion's after I took the picture he ate it.
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
They still hang around here.
The buck guarded our front door for a long time so no one used it we just use the side door by the driveway.
Now I sometimes see him in the back by the wood lot.
Here they are down by Willona's little orchard. Crossing the road.
They like the horse pasture across the street in the late evening.
I think they sleep in the shrubs in the horse pasture at night. They are not very save one got tired of the big dog down the street barking at her babies and kicked the dog to death before anyone could stop it. The horses do not like them eating their pasture but finally gave up running them off. That pretty white horse sure got dirty this winter
We have not had any trouble with them but we do have a pack of yapping Yorkies that like to bark at anything that might think about moving.
When Ashley was a teenage Yorkie she ran down in the back around a Doe barking all the way around it with Willona hot on her tail. The Doe just looked at Ashley and Willona as Willona grabbed the darn dog and ran back to the house.
That Doe probably could not figure out what that thing was or it would have got her.