A country kid, working on raising chickens, knitting, caring for my home, and just generally watching the world go by.
Beautiful. Ironically I was reading how nut trees can be a good source of forage for livestock and my first thought was... "how would that be if the wildlife keeps eating them first?"
It IS a rather pretty tree! We don't get pecans either, nasty crows!
Beautiful tree. Shame about the squirrels and deer not sharing. Meanies.
Stupid squirrels, stupid deer, lovely view.
Very nice shot of the tree, but I can't help but admire the great fencing your property has!
Love the tree with the fog bank behind it. I love the way fog, mist, whatever you want to call it, settles in low areas.We used to have a walnut tree. Not only did the 'stupid' squirrels eat the nuts, but they would throw them onto our metal room to crack them. Hmmm, maybe not so stupid!Thanks for stopping by my blog and becoming a follower.
Lovely tree. Darn squirrels!
Chai Chai:The white fence is actually on the neighbor's property, I don't know if you can see the fence well that is ours, which is more of a regular metal fence... That really needs to be reinforced against horses that like to rub on it... And dogs that like to go under it. Eh.Cat
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