This past weekend, my husband Steven and I were in Vermont. I did not say anything about it at the time, because I didn’t want any local readers seizing the opportunity to burglarize my house. Then again, I’m sure all my lovely readers are honest, upright citizens, who probably have much nicer stuff than I do anyways. Be that as it may, I thought for today’s post, I would share a few pictures I took of my sister-in-law’s back yard. She lives at the bottom of a mountain. It’s really cool.
The wild turkeys came and visited every morning and evening while we were there. Naturally I grabbed my Tablet and took a few pictures.
I confess I felt like a lousy nature-lover when the sight of the birds made me crave roast turkey with all the fixings.
You can’t really see the colors of the feathers in these pictures, but when the sun hit them they became almost iridescent. I was kind of hoping one of them might lose a feather or two that I could find. Maybe if I would have taken a walk in the woods I could have found one.
On the other hand, there are black bears in those woods. We saw one black bear. Alas, I did not get a picture, because it was at night. Additionally, we could only see him through the kitchen window. When we went out on the deck for a better look, he ran away. I said he was a scaredy-bear.
So that is my story about my Wildlife Weekend. I know, it wasn’t like an African Safari or even a camping trip. But for a Melancholy Monday (my new feature), I think it will do as a blog post.