"Feral ~ from feminine of ferus wild: having escaped from domestication and become wild"...




Thursday

Came home to find the flooding is gone ~ but theres flax, phlox, duck eggs and fawns!


Come take a walk with us - we were so surprised to see the hint 
of a GREEN SUMMER on its way 
yesterday!






































 Thank you for coming with us on our walk :) and seeing the things that we saw at home!

We made sure that we did not stay longer then a few minutes for either the fawn or the eggs; 
and most importantly we didnt try to pet or hold them at all. 

This way, the mommas will come back sooner, and smell their babies' smell (eggs too!) 
rather then us stinky humans. 

Cant wait to come back again from work and see some baby ducklings on the pond hopefully!


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(Coming up next - another type of "walk"- our second week of work in the Black Hills...!)

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17 comments:

  1. Great photographs, gorgeous property!

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  2. Simply beautiful. How fortunate to come across the fawn and duck eggs.

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  3. Absolutely the most Beautiful pictures!

    The fawn and nest are wonderful, how fun
    thank you for sharing.

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  4. Wow! How wonderful to come across the little fawn, and thanks for sharing the beauty of your walk. I love that flower with the deep burgundy center- looks like it might be a weed but a very pretty one. Everything looks so serene; I bet you love living there.

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  5. What a great welcome home. I love this the fawn is so beautiful. I am glad you have that to come home to. Thanks for the tour.
    Can't wait to see those new pics. B

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  6. WONDERFUL welcome home!
    Loved all the photos, but the fawn..how sweet!

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  7. beautiful photos! all of them - except for that poison ivy!!! :)

    i know you must want to be home right now, but duty calls! (damn necessary paychecks...) Can't wait to see more photos from you! Either on the road or in Montana. :)

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  8. Love the pics! How exciting to run across a fawn like that. Watch out for that poison ivy!!

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  9. Love the pictures, just beautiful!

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  10. hey girl....beautiful pics...the dessert is so dry right now...makes me want to come to Montana...especially when I see you with that jacket on !

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  11. Oh, my. The fawn is precious! How lucky to have found it - they stay so still and blend in so well.

    Thanks for the walk. I feel better.

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  12. Wandered in from another blog. Thoroughly enjoyed the virtual walk. It's good to know there are still wild and feral places out there and people who appreciate and understand them. Just wow.

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  13. Gorgeous, fantastic, amazing pictures! They took my breath away. And if my husband and I were young, boy would we love to have a place like this as an "office"!!!

    Enjoy it, my friend! You've got a treasure over there!
    Love ya.

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  14. Great series! Love the serene shots of Foresterman.

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  15. Your pictures are really quite spectacular. You even make that hensbane look good (poisonous stuff I hear)/

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