I forgot to publish Wednesday's post at Outside the Box, so it's up today.
I want to run around the nation smacking people in the back of the head. Jiggle some sense loose. Or something. Maybe I could borrow Silver's clue-by-4.
The deer are fat and fluffy right now, and their coats are slowly turning from winter gray-brown to summer chestnut. I suspect some of the 'fat' is developing fawn babies. Fingers crossed for a bumper crop of babies this year.
Yesterday, while I was out fishing, I heard voices behind me. I was the only person at the fishing spot and none of the boaters had arrived to put their boats out of the water. After several minutes, I saw a man and a little girl walking a couple of dogs, which was cool. Then I caught a bass, but they'd already moved on. I was kinda sad they didn't see my fish. Fishing alone means no one sees my fish. =o\
No, I cannot take pics of the fish I catch unless I bring them home. I don't have a smartphone and there's no way I'm taking my Nikon fishing and risk it getting wet or damaged. And I can't bring bass home unless they're more than 15" long. It's a law.
I try to be as accurate as I can when I talk about the fish I catch. No 'big fish' stories here.
The other day we were out in the yard and heard the cry of the bird we refer to as 'Show Yourself'. It showed itself, and I still couldn't identify it with 100% certainty. I think it's a peregrine falcon, but they're not supposedly here, so... :shrug: Anyway, it was crying and landed it a tree. Then it and another bird took off out of that tree. The second bird was definitely a redtail hawk and you could tell that definitely NOT a redtail. Crows chased them both off in different directions. And no, no camera.
Okay, that's it for me. I should probably go do something constructive or something. Later days, dudes.
What's on your this n that radar today?