The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

My Amazing Wildlife Show Today

I was working on a quilt upstairs, went to the ironing board to press a seam, looked out the window and that's all she wrote.  I was outside in the snow for a better part of the afternoon taking pictures of the sheep in the lower meadow.  I am always thrilled to have the pleasure to walk among them, you can't imagine.  It's a large herd, at least three large rams, all in their rut.
Wanted to ask her what she was looking at as she continued to look past me at the mountain behind me.  No mountain lion, two eagles instead.

14 comments:

  1. Wow. That truly is spectacular! What amazing views you get to enjoy. That's a Christmas gift right there.

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  2. Oh Nancy you are sooo lucky to live where you do and enjoy beautiful wildlife like that right out your window........I am in awe.....Magnificent Rams.......you are blessed.......Green With Envy, Francine.

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  3. With views like that I would never leave home...
    Blessings, Patti

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  4. Ooohhh! Don't know what I'd be more excited about: the sheep, eagles, or beautiful scenery.

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  5. absolutely beautiful! if I lived there, I don't think I would want to leave either.

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  6. wow. those are just amazing! just can't imagine having all that just outside the yard! thanks so much for sharing, the camera is picking them up so well!

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  7. What a blessing, beautiful scenery and beautiful wildlife. Thanks so much for sharing.

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  8. Those are wonderful, love the close ups and the snow falling around them. The baby is too cute.

    Debbie

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  9. We saw so many of those when we were in the Badlands in South Dakota...but I didn't know they would have babies this late in the year! Have a great week!

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  10. Amazing to see wild sheep and snow! The only wildlife we have here are turkeys. You are very lucky to live in such an amazing place!!

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  11. WOW - stunning. Had to take three looks. Their noses are like beautiful black hearts.
    Is it true their horns are unique to each and you can tell them apart? Maybe that's the pronged antlers.
    Thank you for sharing!

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  12. Nancy I have no idea how you get any stitching done...I'd be admiring the view and wildlife constantly...

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  13. Wow, Nancy, you are so lucky to see that right in your backyard! The sheep look happy and healthy, too!
    Cheers!

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  14. WOW what an incredible opportunity, Nancy. Thank you for sharing it with us.

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