Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
Our fawns are loosing their spots...just since I saw them a weel ago!
Such a beautifulgarden. Did you see my visitors? They have also lost most of their spots.
Our deer haven't been back in a while,but no matter how many times I see them I am just as excited the last time as I was the first..The morning glories are a sure pick me upper..
Ohmigosh! I have this same song (Drifting) playing on one of my blogs!LOVE all the gorgeous pictures here...I'll be visiting often.Blessings,Debby
The only place I see deer around here is when I go hiking and they are normally not out by the time I hit the trail. It's a little cooler here in SoCal today too. Was a nice 52 degrees this morning when I woke up.Kay
Your blog is so pretty! Your pictures are just beautiful!
Love seeing the deer. The morning glories are just beautiful,save the seeds for next year. I don't know where you could get the book but it is by Sasquatch books and Carla Emery wrote it. Patsy
Beautiful! What a wonderful site to behold in your own yard at that. Thanks for sharing. That would make my day! -Tammy
as a fellow tennesseen, i have been enjoying your blog! it WAS chilly this morning. i have always said it seems the season changes overnight here...sweet deer and morning glories!
That is a lovely view to see in the yard! Thank you so much for sharing your guests with us!
Hi Jo, Wow--that's neat. Seeing deer is just so much fun, but I hope they didn't eat your flowers. We haven't seen many deer lately--but as it gets cooler, I'm sure we will.Hugs,Betsy
What beautiful shots. They are such a peaceful animal. The habitat around Des Moines is so great that the whole area has an overpopulated population. It is nothing to see a deer along the freeway, or herds of them running across a back street of a housing development. Two rivers and timber just lets the herds get larger and larger. I would like to move into that area just because I would love to have deer. I would have to build fences too, I know. That blue of morning glories is so rich.
How beautiful your photos are? Thank you for posting them. I'll be visiting again.
Such lovely creatures. Beautiful pictures!Sunny :)
What a delight to see deer in the yard! Your morning glories are blooming wonderfully.
You certainly don't see that where we live!!! I would love to look out my kitchen window and see a few deer!!! Thanks for sharing your wonderful pieces of nature!!!
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