Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Just gorgeous. What a special treat for you. :)
Well you know how the kids are, the more the merrier it is.
How special. Great of Oliver to invite this guest!
Wow, fancy seeing that out the window!. Mighty
I hope the deer wasn't munching on any of your gorgeous gardens!! I love seeing them around our area but hate when they eat the rosebuds and lilies....and hostas and basically whatever they want!
Wow! Up close and personal. It's a beautiful creature, though.
Oh no Jo. Sure are cute, but the ticks and missing vegetables are not. They have started eating my lemon leaves at the farm.
Ooh yes, eating anything in sight, as usual.Even the plants and bushes they decide they don't like, become half-eaten as the try them out ;)~Jo
That's a friendly deer!
Deer are such beautiful creatures. I know some people hate them but I tolerate them eating my plants and have learned what they will avoid in my yard. Great pictures. :)
Now that's my kind of guest!! :-) This one's cousin came by our homestead just the other day. Told me to tell his kin "Hey!"Blessings~ Andreaxoxo
Oh no! No need to do the Chelsea chop this year then.
Back in the day when I lived in the Texas hillcountry we had to put chicken wire over the top of most of our garden.....the deer (and other critters) where enjoying it more than we were. Beautiful though!
A lovely guest. Looks like he has stellar manners!
As much as I love seeing a deer, they really do a lot of damage. I'm sure big Eli's barking keeps a lot of the deer away but I still find half eaten plants, especially the rose bushes.
What a sweet visitor. But I agree, they can be very destructive in the garden.
Aw how precious of a visitor :)XO Ellen from Ask Awaywww.askawayblog.com
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