No, not what you’re thinking, not yet, anyway.
Anyway, we headed out about noon for Gina’s. As we were leaving our rig Jan took this photo of one of the two fawns that are hanging around nearby.
On our way we stopped off at the park office to drop off some Gypsy Journal samples and find out what time we have to check in tomorrow to see if we can keep staying here. Hopefully with all the rain and bad weather in the next week or so, it won’t be a problem. We’ll see.
After we picked up Gina we drove over to Sattler to have lunch at Granny D’s and then stopped off at the Post Office to mail some packages.
Then it was back to work at Gina’s.
There’s a hummingbird feeder on the porch where I’m installing the ceiling fan. There’s six of them in the area, but one of them is a bully and keeps trying to run off the others. In fact he spends more time chasing them off than he does actually feeding.
But every once in a while, some of them settle down and leave each other alone.
I finally got the ceiling fan mounted and hooked up temporarily. I wanted to test it first before I finished it up, since I installed one a while back, that was completely dead when I first turned it on. But this one worked fine, and came out perfectly balanced, too, with no wobble.
Gina decided she would move the feeder further away from the fan, since she didn’t want it turning into a hummingbird Cuisinart.
We headed home about 5:30 pm. I let Mister out for a while, and while I was watching him, two deer showed up. They didn’t seem too worried about Mister, they just wanted corn. So I was feeding the deer from my hand and from the bowl while Mister was only about 10 feet away.
Quote of the day:
Health nuts are going to feel stupid someday, lying in hospitals dying of nothing