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I own no land, instead I have wheelestate. I’ve been a full time RVer since 1997. Working summers as a Park Ranger takes me to many beautiful places and playing during the winter takes me to many more. This blog is simply the story of my life's adventures.

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Saturday, October 30, 2010

Scenic Sunday – Oh deer, I miss you

a812 Mule deer in the backyard NR GRCA NP AZ (800x600)

As people moved out on the North Rim the deer moved in. One morning I saw a group of does outside my window browsing under the pines. They’re fattening up for the winter ahead. When I return in the spring they will all be skinny.

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11 comments:

Jo said...

Clever caption, Gaelyn. I hope these deer[s] are here for you next season! Blessings and (((hugs))) Jo

francescbb@hotmail.es said...

Excellent pictures and blog!! Super photos!!

Frank, Barcelona

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Janie said...

Beautiful photo of the deer in the trees. I'll bet they're pleased to have the woods to themselves for the winter. Hope they can find enough forage to fatten up for the cold weather.

Diane AZ said...

Such a gorgeous peaceful scene. I'm marveling at all the variations in color of the tree trunks from warm reds to cool grays. Oh, and of course I LOVE all the deer. :D

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

I like your play on words too Gaelyn. Yes, I guess this is the lean season for them. Hopefully all will survive the winter and be there to fatten up next summer.

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

I always feel so sorry for the wild animals during winter and drought. Diane

Elaine said...

Lovely woodland scene!

eileeninmd said...

A beautiful nature scene, Gaelyn!

Firefly said...

Its amazing how animals survive your snowy winters.

blog with no name said...

More than likely they will be there next year... Maybe we could "invite" one to dinner some time... :)

Kathiesbirds said...

Well, I wish them a feast then! what a pretty sight!

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