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Thread: I looked out the window just in time

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    Oh, how precious!

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    We have deer in our yard which is good and bad. Good to look at. Not so good when they are in your garden. Last year after the fires in our area, we had lots of deer both migrating through and staying to relocate. This spring looks pretty normal and we see our usual resident deer families are growing.

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    Could be our yard in Montana! An occasional bear too!

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    Love it, they are God's most graceful creatures!!!
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    Love living so close to Mother nature. We go down to the bay and watch the dolphins. Stress relief.

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    We still have lots of wooded areas around and see them occasionally. Our backyard backs to a wooded ravine and mostly they stay there. The raccoons are a nuisance, they take down the bird feeders. My Husband puts bungee cords around them and the hanger and they sometimes manage to get them off.
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    I had the same picture. So excited to see them up close.

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    I just saw the doe with her twins but too far off to get a photo. They are in the corn field, have a lone doe come right up to my garage a lot. She was following my tiger cat one day but kitty hurried away. Love seeing the wildlife, babies are so adorable.

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    Why we love living in the country!!

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    Have a great day!

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    Nice-love your pictures, Wolph. Thanks for reminding us of the simple joys of nature.
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    Thanks for sharing these beautiful pictures.
    I have to tell you though, when I read your heading, I was reminded of a time I looked out the window just in time. My boys were about 10 and 12. I looked out the window just in time to see the oldest one dragging a large branch (think half a tree) around the house. Somebody was harassing his brother and he was going to use this to make them stop. I looked just in time!!!!

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