Recently the yard flooded. South winds blew enough water from the bay to flood the road, more than 10 inches of water south of us on Muddy Creek Road.
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The biggest side-effect was the resulting incursion of green tree frogs. These little tiny things make more noise than you can imagine.
You know you've got a flood when a snowy egret is fishing in your front yard.
I was working the other day and some plane kept buzzing the house, or nearby. Seems it's cropdusting season:
The new Mavica FD91 did a decent job at 1/1000, eh? It's my current pic for "best digital camera overall."
The fig tree sprouted a nest and some eggs. We hoped for a family but Mom seems to have died, as I inspected got near the nest about a half-dozen times and no bird challenged me. A few days later, the nest was empty. Nature red in tooth and claw...
And speaking of which, Darcee discovered a garter snake devouring one of our garden toads:
That toad is history.
It is damselfly/dragonfly weather here. I'd expected this place to be Mosquito Central but that's not been true. There are, however, gazillions of dragon/damselflies around -- well, and those annoying green tree frogs as well -- so perhaps that's why.
There's a tree sticking out of a creek nearby. On a sunny day, you can sometimes see three turtles sunning themselves on it.