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Thread: lookin' out in my back yard

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    taken this morning.
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    Awww what a beautiful picture :D:D:D

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    We had a doe in our yard. She helped herself to our garden. Haven't seen her in a while. I think she may have found a better one.

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    Awwwww! How sweet! The house my husband built in the woods used to have deep round it all the time! I loved it!

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    She looks at home hanging out in the shade! Nice yard!
    The deer wander through ours and drive the Doods nuts!

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    Someone enjoying a little rest. Lovely

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    That looks a lot like my backyard! Aren't we blessed...

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    the colors are so pretty. Inspriration for a quilt?

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    And such a beautiful green yard! All my green is weeds and stuff I'd rather not have growing back...

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    What an amazing sight to see!

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    To cute. Around Nov & Dec, when we see deer, we tell the kids that they are checking out the route for Santa...they have always loved that idea...

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    oooo so much better than a bear that others have posted lately :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolph33
    taken this morning.
    Would you like these to go with that one? I have way too many.
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    Cool! All I get are bunniies & squirrels. Once I had a pheasant that must have taken a wrong turn...........

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    Looks like a landscape quilt in the makings.

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    It is hopeless to try to grow flowers or a garden in my yard. The deer eat them. Pull Pitunias up by the roots and eat the 6 foot tall sunflowers. Tulips and dafodils are gone before the flowers get on the stems. I have given up, and have beets growing in my dining room window.

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    Love them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeckyL
    Quote Originally Posted by wolph33
    taken this morning.
    Would you like these to go with that one? I have way too many.
    awe so cute

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    Wish I had a view like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeckyL
    Quote Originally Posted by wolph33
    taken this morning.
    Would you like these to go with that one? I have way too many.
    Ooooh. Little fawns...how cute!

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    She has that "'bout time those humans got up..." look!

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    very cool !!

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    we feed them in the winter and give them fruit and veggies leftovers and peelings all year.

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    so pretty

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    I seem to be feeding them year round, whether I want to or not. They love hosta, tomato plants, swiss chard, they have even eaten cucumber and knockout roses this year. Of course, they think impatients are planted for dessert. Petunias, geraniums seem to take the place of candy.

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