Saturday, May 19, 2012

adopt a groundhog?

We are willing to share our bounty of groundhogs.  They trim your grass and some shrubs and flowers. Also handy if you are planning an excavation, though not so handy if you're not.  Plus they're cute when they're little.

This little guy appears to be the runt of the litter.  As far as I can tell, he has 3 siblings.  The others seem to be a little more cautious.  I'm not sure this one has read the wild animal's self-preservation handbook.

 Taking a nap while I was spreading mulch six feet away.  Ahhh.

 He'd startle a little every time I brought in a new wheelbarrow load of mulch, but would just tuck his head in and go back to sleep.

 Wakey, wakey.

And, don't forget the baby robins.

Yes, I'm still doing pottery.  Really. 

1 comment:

  1. I've never seen a groundhog, how cool, he really is quite sweet. and the robins wonderful to see the nest with the babies. I remember when I was a kid and saw a robins nest and the baby birds were featherless and I could see the worms in their stomachs, I was amazed at the beauty of it all and still am after all these years.


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