Early Morning Visitors

This past week we’ve enjoyed seeing these visitors in the early morning hours. It’s always fun to see fawns. We’ve also had to dodge Turkeys crossing the roads with their poults (baby turkeys).

Because of the heat we’ve been doing our outdoor chores bright and early in the coolest part of the day. We have one more day creeping up to 100 or more degrees and then we’ll cool down to some 80’s and 90’s.

Welcome to August which already has many days filled in on our calendar with local events. What are you looking forward to in August?

About Ellenhttps://happywonderer.com/I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

16 thoughts on “Early Morning Visitors

  1. Always lovely to see your wildlife; so different to ours. Bet you can’t wait for those temperatures to cool. Still muggy here. Waiting for a good downpour. B x

  2. Twins? So beautiful. It’s hard to believe we are into August and can slightly feel the days are shorter already. My calendar is filling up as well for which I am thankful. Good times ahead…

  3. Your visitors are so sweet! We’ve been doing the same as far as getting things done early in the coolest part of the day…and between showers. We’ve had a lot of rain!

    What am I looking forward to in August? Canning and freezing veggies from our garden. I made elderberry jelly last week and today I canned my first seven quarts of spaghetti sauce. Hoping to start making some pickles by the end of the week!

  4. What charming visitors!
    Looking forward to hearing about your August events! Our calendar is also pretty full . . . birthdays and anniversaries galore, and, this year, an adoption and a move!

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