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Monday, November 2, 2015

Woolly Bear Hiking My Way

 
This woolly bear caterpillar was hiking right along the road, straight as an arrow. I picked him up, and he didn't curl up!

woolly bear

Every woolly bear I've seen this fall has a wide orange stripe. On this one, 7 of his 13 segments are orange. That says there will be a mild winter. Hey, it's as reliable as any other folk lore.

woolly bear

Even though he was making good time, I moved him out of the roadway. There would be no competition at all with a vehicle.

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4 comments:

Lin said...

Oooooh, Wooly worms!! I love the see them crossing the roads when we are out in the country in the autumn. But I do worry about them getting squished. :(

The Furry Gnome said...

A mild winter would be fine with me!

mike spain said...

Neat! I never they were used to predict weather.

Ann said...

Well that's great news. I'm not up for a harsh winter

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