My part of the country seems to be teeming with life. I love seeing it.
I have been taking my son's dog for short walks. She needs the exercise even though she has free reign in the yard. She also needs to learn that she can survive without being at my son's side at all times. The walks have been fun.
On my way into town to pick up prescriptions mother deer and her fawn ran out in front of me. The fawn was so small. But it was the first one out on the highway.
Of course the turkey vultures were out on a nice day like this. They soar and dive looking for prey. I did not see any turkeys today though.
I spotted a hawk just sitting on the ground by the road at the end of someone's driveway. It did not even flinch as a car came from the other direction on it's side of the road.
At home I saw a black ant. It was carrying another smaller black ant that was dead.
There was some sort of little red bu on the steps. At first I thought it was a box elder bug but it was not.
Now comes the shocker. I SAW BIGFOOT! It was right next to an old pickup in a country yard. What a shock!
Actually the Bigfoot was cut from metal. It was brown and rusted and sort of blended into the scenery. It woke me up let me tell you.