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I'll remember lots of things looking at this design, such as a dash through snowy mountain roads in the middle of a very cold February night to the emergency room and months of recovery when even simple stitching seemed daunting. But, thankfully, that is passed, I have a design I'm frankly loving and now I can start the patterns for wonderful autumn!
It hasn't been too bad of a summer here heat wise, but as always I'm ready for it to end and for fall to begin. It is the last summer 'event' here this Labor Day weekend and will signal the time the tourists go home and us natives begin seriously preparing to sock it in for winter.
I wanted to show you that not all of our wildlife is large, like the elk in my last post. This time I'll share some pics of our smaller visitors as well, like the chipmunk that visits the back porch every morning for his seed dropped from the bird feeders.
|"Louie" the chipmunk|
And one of our new fawns
Sometimes old friends return like this pair of bucks who we believe are twins who were born on Gracewood two years ago.
I always tell them to head deeper into the forest as hunting season approaches, too many would love those racks as their trophies!!
I hope you've had a lovely summer (or winter depending which side of the hemisphere you occupy!) and like us are happy to contemplate more inside time with stitching in hand.