The weather has been getting colder so the squirrels have been extra busy trying to find food. They take advantage and stock up on acorns while the dogs are in the house.
Lola and James were watching them very closely.
Last Saturday was the opening weekend of rifle deer season. My husband goes every year and thankfully filled his two tags on the first day. However, while waiting for the deer to make their appearance he took a couple of pictures.
The big fat squirrel that I took pictures of all last winter and spring got run over not too long ago. I was very sad because that squirrel had attitude. It would sit up in the tree and bark at the dogs because they were between it and all the fallen acorns. Well, this week we got another squirrel in the yard. This one is thinner, faster and more shy.
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