I think this guy was Under Our Bed
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Been busy 'spring' cleaning and had every intention to walk on my treadmill over the weekends but after I'm done moving furniture so I can clean under it, I'm too pooped! Well maybe when I am done cleaning.....
Spring has almost sprung - snow in the am today but that will help the green stuff just barely peeking out of the ground.
These have returned to raise their young down at the ponds: the Canadian Geese. All of our dogs have learned that Mr. and Mrs. Goose are not to be trifled with and have short fuse with those of the canine persuasion. Each new dog had to have the lesson impressed upon them, which Mr. Goose has quickly supplied. We have about two nesting pairs that return each year. Did you know geese mate for life?
Yesterday, Hubby spied a Sandhill Crane in the pond. They pass through twice a year on their migrations north and south. Another sure sign of spring. And he saw an otter that day also, but they are year around residents of our pond. Sandhill Cranes are very common along the North Platte River which runs 60 miles south of us into Nebraska. The Oregon Trail followed the North Platte through Nebraska into Wyoming until just west of Casper, Wyoming where they left it near Independence Rock.
One of the perks living north of nowhere is definitely seeing the wildlife. These guys are so used to seeing me open our gate in and out to the house, they will stand within 30 feet and not move - just watch me to make sure I'm not going to do anything else.
This large bunch of pronghorn antelope are a 'winter' bunch. They group together in the fall to form large herds, but then scatter in the spring to have their fawns and you see them in groups of three or even less through the summer. This is the hill they watch me from near our gate.
I have promised myself TODAY I will start sewing my casserole carriers...I'll try to remember to take pictures and post in a blogpost so you can make one too! I find them fun to make.