WOW! I bet that female is one tired young lady.
The city I live in has an inner and outer loop (think 820 or 635). I live in a gated apartment complex off of major four-lane street/road that runs between the two loops. For the past few weeks, every morning or late at night when I go out to walk the dog, I see anywhere from 2-6 deer just hanging out in the trees right behind my apartment. We're talking less than 30 feet away from the apartment door. I'm starting to wonder if they have the gate code or if they're using a remote like me.
That is one Big a$$ deer feeder.
Grab the gun momma!!
Oh Deer! Look at all those dear!!
What female? I see some bucks and a little spike.
Santa Claus' back yard?
I was working out at the gym at WRH today. Noticed something near the trees, over past the obstacle course, and it was two of them, just hanging out. They stayed there for several minutes and kinda wandered into the brush.
Ok, little spike. I couldn't tell! I'm not a deer hunter. I only know that the ones with the horns are males. :)
To 8:38...Thank you for clearing up the mystery as to WHY so many kids have a trampoline. Santa has one!*;)***************************************To House of R & R...At first glance I TOO thought the one without antlers was a doe and I hunt deer...from time to time.
Crack me up! Just think, that's the very reason Liberals in Washington don't want us drilling in Northern Alaska. They're afraid we'll mess-up the natural haibtats and big oil pipes will cause harm to the animals. It's called A-D-A-P-T-A-T-I-O-N, look into it. Unlike humans, animals don't "piss and moan" everytime something doesn't go their way. THEY DEAL WITH IT! They're made that way. How ya liking that $3.00 gas now?People hunt animals all the time for either the food or just a trophy. But, for heaven's sake, whatever we do, let's have the less fortunate individuals in our country financially strapped before we endanger the habitat of wild game in Northern Alaska.
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