where about 80 mule deer, or black tail deer, are reported to roam. We’ve seen 2 fawns and the males are sprouting fuzzy antlers. Happily there are NO deer ticks on the island. I’m so used to avoiding tall grass at home where Lyme disease runs rampant. Yesterday I combed through chest high grass for a few hours to highlight a path for a tractor that will thrash it down, without a care in the world.
The fog rolled in and we are on our own.
In contrast to Saturday.
Seagull shenanigans have slowed down a bit but they remain ever present.
And the eagles keep a sharp lookout.
All’s well on our home front.