This is not a particularly good photograph but was doing some much need cleaning around the Pond House and looked out into the woods and there was a Mum deer and her two little ones! I rushed (quietly) for my camera and this was the best I could do. The little guys wandered off quite quickly but Mum stood for some consderable time sniffing the air, obviously scenting danger.
Such plants as we have here in the garden, mostly hostas, seems to be of the type that aren't on a deer menu, which is excellent. We've been away quite a bit, first to England and then to Oregon and Idaho so I have planted nothing. I intend to have a dig around in the pole barn to find the seeds that I brought with me. This despite the WT's pointing out that old seeds don't germinate! Actually, WT, the sucess rate is quite high, though obviously less so as the years go on. Hey, who took the horticultural classes :)? I'm only going to scatter (think I'll give the ploughing a miss, lol!).
Anyway here's the pic (click on it and look through the lean to and you'll see one baby and the other is to right of the lean to) and I'll be back with another update soon (when have you heard THAT before!). I love comments, as you know!!
A British (but with an American passport) global nomad, Army brat and trailing spouse, born in Scotland, for whom home is where we happen to be now, and right now we are back in the US living in a small town in south west Michigan. I share my life and home with the World Traveller, who does quite frequently, and sometimes I go with him.