I went walking through our woods today in search of some type of critter for my 52 Weeks of Animals project. I had about given up when I saw this Buckeye Butterfly flittering around near the pond.
Sunday, September 26, 2010
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Jason & Larry being goofy on a day at the horse track. They had been mocking me when I asked them to "look normal" and this was the best I could get from either of them. Go figure. But, it works great as an entry for I Heart Faces: Smirks! Go here for other great entries!
Sunday, September 19, 2010
Monday, September 13, 2010
Sunday, September 12, 2010
The finch feeders are a big hit at the new place. We have two of them and have to fill them up daily. These guys eat us out of house and home. They occasionally share with the chickadees and the tit-mouses, but most often it's overrun by the finches - gold and brown and red.
Monday, September 6, 2010
First up - this week's animal photo - one of the many frogs that live in the pond:
We had an extremely busy holiday weekend. Jami & Larry were down from Indy from Friday to Sunday. We had a huge Labor Day bash to break in the new homestead on Saturday, which yielded a turnout of about 40 people. Lots of food was consumed, jello shots were popular and the fishing was good. It was a great time and I can't wait to do it again! Unfortunately I was too busy to even think about taking photos and didn't get a single one.
With the holiday weekend I took off my half day Friday to get the house cleaned up. I have today off for the holiday and I have tomorrow off for working the fair last week - not a bad deal! So today we're running some errands, cleaning up around the house, and hopefully relaxing and enjoying the beautiful weather this week has brought!
And for duck updates - we lost three of the original four to what we thought was a snapper in the pond. So we got three more to put the number back up at four and got bigger ones. This time the larger one went missing. After thinking about it we have come to the conclusion that the coyotes are getting them. So we put up an electric fence around the tree they roost under and haven't had any come up missing since. They are getting big and right now I'm calling them my Tweens. ;) As you can see, their color is starting to come in.