A Visitor

This cutie was wandering around in our yard this afternoon without her mommy. The pictures are a bit grainy as they were taken from inside because we didn't want to scare her off. As soon as Mr. C went outside, she took off into the woods. I've seen a white-tailed deer before, but this white-bottomed one was a first! http://riverbendramblings.blogspot.com
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Tuesday, July 18, 2006
A Visitor
This cutie was wandering around in our yard this afternoon without her mommy. The pictures are a bit grainy as they were taken from inside because we didn't want to scare her off. As soon as Mr. C went outside, she took off into the woods. I've seen a white-tailed deer before, but this white-bottomed one was a first!
8 Comments:
Blogger Sis. Julie said...
Oh how neat!!! I love deer!! I hope that little one found his mommie.

Blogger Copper's Wife said...
Oh! The fawn is beatiful! I love living where God's wild creatures can still wander through our lives....looks like you enjoy the same thing.

Blogger Mrs.R said...
I always get excited when I see deer.

Blogger Tammy said...
How fun!

Blogger Happymama said...
Oh, how sweet. I just love it when that happens. It's happened around here a few times and on more than one occassion, we've seen deer families leaping through the cow pastures on our road. Glad you got to see a gift from the Lord today!!

Blogger Mona said...
That is so sweet and one of the reasons I moved to the country! Free nature shows ;o) THank you so much for sharing, absolutely beautiful!

Blogger Kate said...
What peaceful, lovely pics!! I long to live in such a place! I stumbled here from Julie's Jewels and was blessed by looking through the last few blogs you have here. I see you're into Fly Lady too :-)

God bless!

Blogger Mrs. C said...
We thoroughly enjoy the benefits of country living! I lived in the country growing up and couldn't stand it; however after living in the city for several years I am so thankful to be living out in the boonies again! It's great to raise a family in a peaceful area--and we get to enjoy God's creation.

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