Monday, March 4, 2013

state park, continued...

well, finally getting to post these...
this is on the edge of the state park in a field of winter wheat...

there are so many deer in this area...
but if you look closer, you will see they have friends...

just up in the left corner...
wild turkey...

so many and not enough hunters...

well, someone scared them and they are heading for cover now...

bye bye...

and into the state park...
just take a look around...














that's a deer stand on a farmers field just outside of the park...


and on our way out, a hawk flew past my window and landed in a thicket...


this is typical under growth in the park...
in the summer you won't see anything past it...

such a pretty baby...



and what's left of the snows...

it was such a pretty and sunny day...
and then I get home...
and another gall bladder attack hit...
lasted over 23 hours...
but I am up now, not sure how long...
and I ate just a tiny bit...
shaky, achy and blah right now...
just 2 more days...
countin' 'em down here...
;)

6 comments:

Marissa said...

Tete, love the picture of the Hawk we have many of them!! So sorry to hear about your gall bladder attack that just is too bad!!! I feel for you.. on another note I nominated your blog for the liebster award go check out my blog when you get a chance.. get some rest!!!

NanaDiana said...

What gorgeous photos of the park and deer. That hawk is beautiful, isn't he? I don't like to see them here though because they scare away the other birds and bunnies and squirrels.
I am counting down with you!!! xo Diana

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

Sorry your not feeling well :(

LOVE LOVE your pictures, your camera or maybe it is the operator is fantastic!

Ellie VanCaster said...

More wonderful pictures, especially that big hawk.
I'm sure you are counting the hours by now-I'll be praying for you.

Annesphamily said...

Your attitude makes me smile! Diana is right, you are full of sass! love the photos.

Annesphamily said...

Oh your photos are lovely. God's grand landscaping filled with creatures is amazing isn't it?