Are We Walking to Alaska

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Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Outdoor Wednesday

Outdoor Wednesday is one of my favorites - and is hosted by A Southern Daydreamer. There are so many wonderful outdoor things to see - stop over and visit a while.

We live smack in the middle of a large city - yet we have a very private setting. Woods across the street, trees in our back yard, only one neighbor visible and that is to the back of the house. We have a lot of wildlife here, especially deer. Since there is no hunting in town they are quite brave.

These deer are not all from our yard - but they are all fabulous!

This fella walked up the hill from the neighbor's house - and was actually this close to me - I didn't use the zoom to get this picture.

These deer are in my cousin's yard in CA - they lived way out in the woods . . .

This is a big statue of a deer in Wisconsin that we took our oldest daughter to see. . .

On the edge of our yard, near the road . . .

We found this one in our yard when we came home one day . . . she didn't seem to mind us one bit and never moved when we walked up to the house and very near to her.

These "deer" are in front of a motel on Whidbey Island in Washington - we love to drive past here. They are not restless and never seem to move from year to year.

He is planning on cleaning the birdseed out of the feeders.

Where do you see your favorite deer?

1 comment:

colorchic said...

I love it when we get a chance to see deer wondering through the yard. I know they come by often as they leave a trail in the bark.