I finished the mowing today... until the next time, which I'm sure will be coming right up. Meanwhile, the yard (and field beyond) was a busy place.
Today the light and clouds made it easy to see the wind turbines that are visible from my house. I can see 7 of the 56 in this wind farm. With the trees fully leafed out, they aren't too visible. Fine with me.
This little buck is determined to own my space. Tonight, at least, he didn't come right up to the house. He faces off and stamps at us. Very cheeky! I've never thought you could tell one deer from another, but I'm thinking this might be one of the twins that were born late 2011. The shape of his nose is odd- sort of curved down- Roman. You can compare with the second picture at Twin Trouble if you want to form an opinion. The black spot over the fawn's eye is not there, but that could have been anything, and not permanent.
Late in the day, there were storms south of us, and then the sun came out. It's always nice to see a rainbow.
And, the piece de resitance... a new activity, never performed in this yard before...
Loretta is playing in a small charity tournament on Friday, and she wanted to get in some practice!
And, if you'd like to see what I did yesterday... Filling Two Deck Planters with Succulents
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