a prison, a jail (from Juzgao, an early Mexican Spanish word for a tribunal court
They are not REALLY in the hoosegow! They are behind my garden fence.
I really think they heard my camera!
Prior to the grooming they had been having breakfast.
For the first time in twenty-seven years, I saw our island deer eating azalea blossoms. They don't seem to be malnourished so I don't know why they have taken to eating azaleas.
Most of the plants are Indica Formosa. I have forgotten the names of the others. Help, Mariette, do you know the others!
We were having breakfast when I saw them. Bob started to run them off but I asked him to get my camera first and wait a few minutes to scatter the little buggers.
Our property extends a good bit beyond the fence,
the fence was installed that we might
have a few blooming plants. The fence is four feet tall
so that gives you an idea of the size of the plants.
We have a wealth of wildlife around our island.
During the spring and summer, I will be
sharing more of our treasure with you.
I am still glad they are
I am joining the fun here:~~~~~~~~~