Anybody want a cookie? How about a peanut?
It’s been a while since I wrote about our backyard guests.
Not for lack of guests.
Euste and Vasch are regulars, as are Agnes, Francesca and The Girls. Ophelia and Oaps are constant visitors. Haven’t seen Bill in a while. More hens, less Toms. They probably like it that way. And I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention The Coyotes. Such a delight, under the full moon’s light, they.
A few nights back, long before the recent Nor’Easter, the Kids and Mom came back, aka Hecate, Sheldon, Veronica and Porgy.
Porgy came up and asked if I wanted him to take my picture.
Mighty neighborly, don’t you think?
He settled for a cookie and some peanuts.
It’s a good thing.
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