The Pokeberry Quilt

The Pokeberry Quilt

Saturday, March 01, 2014

The Little Yearling




 
Ten below zero this morning, snow falling but he keeps up his struggle to survive in these harsh conditions. 


11 comments:

  1. He looks to be coming your friend. :o)

    what are you working on these days?

    Stay warm.

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  2. I see more critters coming to my yard to eat from the feeders, even the deer. The long winter is taking it's toll on them since there is nothing left to much on in the woods.

    Debbie

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  3. Thank you so much for sharing photographs of your wild friends there in Montana. I don't comment often but I always enjoy your wildlife photographs -- and your quilt photos, too!

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  4. So darling, love that face, Blessings Francine.

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  5. Hi Nancy! I had coffee and quilted a bit yesterday with sister Jana and she had the prim quilt magazine with your quilt on the front.. So nice and brought a smile and good thoughts. How are you doing with your leg? Im sure its getting to be a long winter for you as it sure is for me.. Id just like the option of going for a little walk or playing in the garden a bit..i looked back at your posts and its nice to see your wild life is doing well...im sure they are as ready for spring as we are! Hope all is well! Will check back soon!

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  6. Such a sweet face on this little fellow! Thanks for the wonderful pictures of him/her.

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  7. beautiful creature, love the photos!
    take care, God Bless!

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  8. So beautiful, lovely pictures, I'd just like to give him/her a cuddle, he/she looks so sweet! Hope the winter conditions end soon and life will be a bit easier.

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  9. Oh my, I just read the posts and realized that it was your quilt on Primitive Quilts.. Needless to say I should have at least recognized the Montana. Well it is stars which I love so much, great job Nancy.. Always love your photos too. We have been having Montana like weather here in the Midwest, not liking that!
    Maggey

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  10. Hope all that freezing weather ends for you in America soon. The U.K has had too much rain and here in Australia the Southern States have had far too many hot days. Meanwhile here in Queensland we could do with a bit more rain. What a crazy World! Just love seeing all the beautiful animals and your gorgeous quilts. Big bear hugs, Lynne.

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  11. I know it's probably a no no but wondered if you ever put anything out for them? Especially when it's been so bad for so long..

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