Our property adorned in her autumnal colours and our dogs, Silveit on left and Meaka to the right being walked down our lane 2 weeks ago.
Now all colour has vanished and we have had snow and record breaking cold snap and it is only November...huge sigh, here comes a long cold Winter~
It is about to be a busy week for this family.
Our youngest daughter and her husby fly in today for a week stay.
Thus said, in order to get things done ahead of time for the holidays, I have been busy house cleaning and adorning our Christmas tree and home already.
Those shares coming soon.
Often times throughout my week, I think about those of you who come to visit me here on my blog. I am forever grateful for your generous spirits of encouragement and sharing life with you.
Next Thursday, for those of us who lives in the USA, we will be celebrating Thanksgiving.
I actually celebrate it daily, but it is a time to reflect on all that we have and whom we have in our lives, and I am thankful for you all as well.
Also it has been bothering me and I need to say this as well.
Your visits and comments mean so much to me.
The way it works in our home, is that the husby and I share the desktop computer.
All of my images are stored there and I can get to my blog best from there...but often times, I cannot have my time when I need it.
My little laptop is what I use for some things like Facebook and using Bing to search, but it is forever slow and so I do not visit your blogs from there, but have to wait when I can get time on the desktop.
I do always get caught up with you all and that is the important thing...staying in touch and I am so thankful for each one who stops by for a visit.
BTW for those who may be interested following recent computer risks, Webroot is working out great!
Remember to double click on the first image, to view a larger slide show presentation after you have read the narratives~
I will be linking up with Judith for:
White-tailed Deer above and I had fun with these leaf fronds~
Peach trees and White-tailed Deer running everywhere.
It is hunting season and also rutting time~
Seed pods casting their final gifts for the future and Persimmons on our land~
Can you see the deer tucked inside the growth of coverage below ;)
If I hear the sounds of the American Crows bantering loudly and wildly, then I know I better grab the camera for there will either be an owl, or hawk on our property.
A Great Horned Owl and also a Red-tailed Hawk have visited us in past 2 weeks~
Just shot these photographs on Tingsgrove a week, 10 days ago, and now nothing is left of the leaf canopy~
A rainy day in horse country and I loved the depth of colour of this tree~
Yeah, the Dark-eyed Juncos have returned~
I was fascinated by a pair of Northern Flickers, also known as Yellow-shafted Flickers here last week eagerly plucking the last of some of the berries on our land~