… at Casa de Kat.
Sitting on my front porch with a cold ale and my laptop, I looked up to see a family of grazing deer.
This big city girl is jealous! 😀
This past winter we had a herd of about 12 that came down to the apple orchard next door to eat in the 3 feet of snow we had. It was fun to stop and watch them. They stayed there for about 2 weeks.Rob (Utah)
We don’t have deer by our house but we do have thousands of Canadian honkers. When they fly over in a perfect V about 10 feet over our heads and you can hear the beat of their wings it is just wonderful….
guess you’re not worried about them eating your roses or hostas ;).
Any minute now Ignorant Redneck or Fr. Erik will pop by and chastize me for missing the oppurtunity to have venison for Sunday dinner.
Mmmmmmmmmm….it’s grillin’ time!wanna borrow my mosin, with some hp ammo?(Actually, I was going to say how much I miss wildlife in the yard, after living in an urban area–but then, mmmmmmmmmm, venison!)
IR beat me to it.That there’s a whole winter’s supply of venison chops, burgers, ribs, and steaks.Sorry, I won’t lend my .30-06, but you should have one of your own, anyway.