Periodically, the geese fly out of their enclosure and have a jaunt through the pastures. The tracks in the snow tell a tale of the gaggle having a rather circuitous hike through snowy fields – and, thankfully, returning as though they’d never left at all.Continue reading “Haiku: Wandering Waterfowl (Snow Series #9)”
Wild rabbits had clearly been out and about after dusk last night, leaving their traces around the main chicken coop, around the barn, and through the pastures. Their prints are distinctive and, if you didn’t know what creature had left them, they might leave you puzzled. This time of year, I don’t see them during daylight hours, so it’s good to know they’re still around!Continue reading “Haiku: Under Cover Of Darkness (Snow Series #3)”
It snowed recently – just an inch or so – but it was the kind of snow that makes even the ordinary (or poorly-lit and muddy) look, briefly, extraordinary. It also tells stories of real drama and intrigue, of unseen passersby looking for a meal on a cold night.Continue reading “Haiku: Concealed And Revealed (Snow Series #1)”
Temperatures have been fluctuating lately, causing a cycle of freeze-thaw-freeze. When the mud hardens, we find evidence, like this, of animals stalking around the farm.
Any guesses as to what left its tracks?