Monday, November 5, 2012

Still Summer



 Surprisingly it's still summer here with temps today propertied to be in the mid 90's, I went for a hike and I must say, I'm so glad the time on the clock has changed back to the way it should be even though I had a hard time staying up past 9pm last night.

Does with fawns seemed to be everwhere....


(strange, does and does....how does one see so many does :) doh!
 I feel a little bad when I scare them, I didn't mean to :(


 Coyotes celebrated last night, it must have been someone's birthday.


 They blend so well sometimes it just looks like the grass is shifting.



Oh no, not you, what's behind the rock?
Just as I suspected, it's good to make a wide arc and a good reason for a leashed doggie.





Have a good day all, and if you need some sun, come on over, Love Ro

12 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos! That snake would have scared the begeebers out of me! I live on the Jersey shore. We are fine but there is so much devastation around us. It is nice to escape to your beautiful blog to see your pics.

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    1. I was thinking about you. My son has a friend who owns a marina on one of the barrier islands, terrible!

      Sending you a warm breeze, I'm so glad you're okay, no snakes :)

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  2. Great pictures! I had to get my mittens out this morning, so I'll take some of your summer! :)

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  3. Strange isn't it, summer in a box headed to NY :)

    warm hugs 00Oo

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  4. Love the wildlife in your neighborhood...except the snake! I don't think I could get used to running into rattlers.

    I woke to a sugar coating of snow today. Had to pull out my mittens and ski parka.

    Have a Happy Week! : )

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  5. The warm weather keeps the snakes out but it's supposed to cool down and maybe a bit of rain, no snow here, it sounds lovely and as November should be :)

    Happy sugar coated week to you Cinda!

    xoxo

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  6. It really is hard to imagine you're still getting those temps, Ro. I am sorry! We might be getting our first snow of the season on Friday so I'll send you some.

    Ssssss...hit. (That's also what I said to Mum when she told me she nearly stood on a python the other day while clearing out her garden. I'm only going to visit her if I can wear full body armor. And a helmet.)

    xxx

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    1. I know that's why I dread summer, it never leaves! Rain on the way, the bottom of your snow,,,,,,I HOPE.

      I'm not so fond of ssssssnakes myself! a python! geesh!

      xoxo

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  7. Love the wildlife in your post. A rattler... can't imagine it although we have our fair share of venomous snakes here in Australia.Is that a common thing to see in your area. As you say, keep those dogs on the leash! We are meant to be going in to Summer, but it is grey and fine rain today.. go figure!
    jenni

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  8. I think you get used to the slithery things where you live Jenni, yes rattlers are quite common although they are not aggressive as some snakes can be, it still raises the hair on my arms :)

    Who can tell this new weather anymore. Enjoy the cool while you have it.

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  9. Hi Ro,

    It IS hard to picture such a change from here. We had temps below freezing last night, so we've been adding extra layers here. Also, we are bracing for a nor'easter that should bring rain, wind and maybe snow. My heart aches for those poor souls in NY, NJ (especially) with the lousy weather adding to their troubles.

    Wish I could blow this cool air your way!

    xxxooo

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  10. Boy oh boy Lisa it was even warmer yesterday, add a cup of coffee for the hot flash effect but so much cooler today, yay! We had a nor wester via Santana winds. Meeeeee too, I wish we could take that storm off your hands.

    xoxo

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