Yes, I have a tasty garden! At least the deer seem to think so! :) Because the deer like my garden so much, most of what I have planted are deer proof or deer resistant plants. There is a difference between the two. The deer proof plants they just will not touch, like my rosemary. The deer resistant plants are plants that the deer will not normally eat, but they will eat if they are hungry enough. I caught a few photos of one such deer who actually nibbled on the rosemary only to spit it out! So for today, I share with you photos of this lovely doe! The captions speak for themselves! Enjoy!
Coming to visit
A shake of her head
Licking her chops
She’s a beauty!
Turning to go
See you later!
So? What do you think? Isn’t she a beauty?
Have one heck of an amazing week and an excellent Monday! Thank you for dropping by! Be well! ^..^
I know that you have all been waiting for this year’s contestants! I wanted to post this two months ago, but not being able to get out and get candidate photos was bothersome for me! Last year the Zebra won the contest, and the year before that was Toby our American Bobtail Cat. Who will it be this year? You get to decide! Be sure to vote at the end of this series of photos! So without further ado, here are this year’s candidates for Pretty Feet 2014!
Pretty Feet of an Elephant
Pretty Feet of an Iguana
Pretty Feet of a Male Lion
Pretty Feet of a Giraffe
Pretty Feet of a Flat Tailed Gecko
Pretty Feet of Our Dog Astro
Pretty Feet of a Chimpanzee
Pretty Feet of Our Cat Madison
Now, here is where you come in! Please cast your vote in the poll below, and in a couple of weeks, while I am once again quarantined, I will post the results! I cannot wait to see who wins this year!
Thanks for stopping by today, and for taking the time to vote! Be well, and stay tuned for the results and some amazing photos that the critters allowed me to capture of them at the Sacramento Zoo!
Something a bit different today! I discovered Teaser Tuesday hosted by MizB over at Should Be Reading. The rules of this tease are:
• Grab your current read
• Open to a random page
• Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page
• BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what you share doesn’t give too much away! You don’t want to ruin the book for others!)
• Share the title & author, too, so that other TT participants can add the book to their TBR Lists if they like your teasers!
“Dead people don’t move. Embalming and all that other icky stuff that happened at funeral homes took care of that, right?”
The book: “Trouble in Mudbug”
Author: Jana DeLeon
Trouble in Mudbug
Thank you also to Al over at Kattermonran for sending me this way!
I will be down for a couple of days as the next two include chemo treatments! Until next timed – be well!
You know that I love shooting photos of animals feet and each year I do a post with a pretty feet contest…I came across Bob Mielke’s post called “Got to Love Those Tongues” and was truly impressed by these photos! Great photos Bob and I hope that you will not mind the re-blog!
Originally posted on :
Joining Cee in her quest for tongue photos and animals.
Today I decided to challenge myself. My challenge is to feature photos that feature common aromas. My challenge to you, my dear reader, is to add a link to this post, of a photo that you have that brings back that memory of a certain aroma! Ready? Here we go!
Can you smell the bacon?
Or, how about this steaming hot bowl of chili?
Steaming hot chili!
Mmmm…Mushrooms sauteed in butter with garlic!
Serve these puppies up!
There is nothing like a good pizza!
Pizza right out of the oven!
Right out of the garden and sliced! Can you smell this one?
Can’t you just smell this lemon?
The strawberries, washed, cut and ready
Could you smell any of these? Please let me know! And, if you are in for the challenge, include a link to one of your posts that has a photo that invites us in with the aroma!
We bought the land oh so many years ago for its beauty! We had to terrace and level the ground so that we could build.
It was the rock walls that took us the longest to do. All the rock came from the property. Each one was picked for its perfection then it was added to the wall. One by one each rock was carefully put into place. When we were done we had built seven terraces!
Today the land still holds it beauty, and most of the rock is where we placed it. Our next project: Removing weeds!
Many thanks to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for this inspiring challenge! To take part please visit her site by clicking on her name!
Thank you for taking the time to visit and read today! Now go out and have a great Friday!
Today marks a milestone for Life in the Foothills! This post is #1000! When I started this blog back in June of 2011, who knew that I would still be writing and sharing with you in 2014? They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so here is a painting celebrating 1000 posts!
Thank you 1000 times for reading this blog! Thank you 1000 times for all of your comments! Thank you 1000 times for inspiring me to continue on! Thank you 1000 times for all the great friendships I have made by writing this!
Thank you for visiting today and stay tuned for 1001! Have a fabulous Tuesday and see you tomorrow!