Thanks to God, Jesus, Mother Nature and Mark Scrito (our weatherman) Wednesday July 16th was gloriously cool! Upper 60’s and sunny with a slight breeze, thank merciful heavens! I didn’t even break a sweat until I was 2/3 of the way home from my 2.5 mile excursion.
Here is what I saw.
Followed by the neighbors horses…..
And a Black-eyed Susan.
A visual reason you should never attach fences to trees. Very bad idea.
Even a small weed can look glorious in the correct light!
I saw this leaf and immediately thought of fall. Sure, it is still 3 months away but it is my favorite time of year. My birthday, elk season, deer season, Thanksgiving and campfires all happen in the fall. I’m ready!
I kinda have a thing for moss and/or fungi. Please tolerate me.
This is an Eastern Hophornbeam! I love saying it, come on, say it with me “Easter Hophornbeam, Eastern Hophornbeam!”
A pill bug. I adore pill bugs.
These are covering the sides of the road right now….
Time to turn around and head home….
I was viciously attacked by a blackberry bush! It leaped on and attached to my bare arm without warning!
May each July be blessed with at least one 67 degree morning!