Happy Tuesday! ~ 325
On my way home last evening I drove by the Duck Pond as I almost always do and saw these two geese sitting on top of what looks to me like a muskrat’s mound. I noticed this small mound a couple of weeks ago but paid it no attention, just thinking the water was low there. But when I drove by and saw this pair on top of it I pulled over and walked back as close as I could to grab a few images. It was then I noticed all the little twigs and sticks put together to form this mound.
I am woefully ignorant of many wildlife tendencies and not good at all with identification most of the time, so I could very well be wrong on this speculation that this is a muskrat’s mound. Fortunately my Friend Ann who works at the Interpretive Center reads this blog and can clarify for me.
The Phantom fleet continues to be grounded because of the weather and looks like it might be another week before I can fly and test out my modified range extender on the Phantom Vision 2.
I’ve been corresponding with a gentleman from Great Britain, who also enjoys flying the Phantom. I started reading his blog, watching his videos, and asking him questions and now we’ve developed a regular correspondence. It’s amazing when you stop and think about it. When I was growing up it was mind-boggling that you get music (AM only where I lived) out of a little box that would fit in the palm of your hand called a transistor radio. A “Solid State” transistor radio no less. 🙂
I’m headed down memory lane and neither of us has time for that today. So I’ll leave it there.
Thanks for stopping by. Enjoy your soggy, cloudy, cool day and be careful.