Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Turkey Visit.

3-21-17 VERMONT: We came north yesterday, running away from today’s Nor’easter in NJ. The sky was totally blue when we arrived. It was in the thirties, and there was almost no wind. Today it’s overcast, but no precip. We have plenty of snow on the ground, a lot more than was here when we left in February.

Yesterday and this morning we taught Kaley the Canine Invisible Fence, we think she gets it.

The big excitement this morning was a flock of turkeys that came to visit an apple tree. The tree is still loaded with fruit, even if it’s a bit shriveled up and freeze dried. I got some pix through the window, but they dashed off when the door creaked open.

New dishwasher arrives tomorrow.

One of about eight turkeys going for apples.

Two more turkeys.

Going directly to the source. The apples look a little shriveled.

Another, posing for a pic.

Maizie, I think, caught by the Game Cam on the last visit on a snowy night.

Me and Maizie today.

Yesterday, total blue sky.

First day of spring in Vermont. It'll all be gone by July.

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