Misty On And Off Rainy Morning

Will be taking some time off. I hope to post again around Thanksgiving day. Have a nice holiday this year. Please do it safely as you can so you and yours may be around for the next Thanksgiving day as well…

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6 Responses to Misty On And Off Rainy Morning

  1. Larry A Patterson says:

    Jim, You and your family have a nice Thanksgiving; great shooting with you. Be Safe Larry

  2. ellen says:

    Yes, you and yours have a blessed Thanksgiving Holiday, keeping safe as well.
    Thanks for the beautiful pix of the deer, they are really special and so calming in a way. It looks like we are in for a very windy and rainy day, today. It’ll be a good day to move a few things around and but up some Christmas decorations, a little at a time as to not be up too early. It’ll put a bit of a smile on our faces as we have a Thanksgiving Day alone. All relatives live far away and are on shut down, but I’m determined to make that day pleasant at least. Thanksgiving Dinner will even be at the Dining Table. Haven’t used it in months, as it is easier for the two of us to just use the kitchen table, but staying safe. Happy Thanksgiving!

    • Jim says:

      Ellen,
      Thank You. A blessed Thanksgiving holiday to you and yours. It was nice to see so many deer in the first hour after sunrise time. I was a bit surprised at them being in the open with the rain. We had heavy rain last night and now the wind is ripping, the trees becoming bare as the leaves are blown off. We will be having Thanksgiving at home without sharing it with two of our kids families as well. Facetime will suffice this year. The smart safe thing to do at this time. A little Christmas decorations do add a little cheer for sure. I doubt our daughter who still lives at home will get the skeleton to get involved in Christmas or Thanksgiving but maybe she will come up with something else. The skeleton added to this years Halloween thoughts for me…

  3. Wow, lots of deer! Kentucky must be a hunter’s paradise, or maybe they’re all hiding on your land.
    Nice barn too. New England style by the looks.
    Great shots!

    • Jim says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      Kentucky is and always has been a hunter’s paradise. The native Americans shared it as a hunting ground. The old barn and the fall leaves on the trees and ground made such a pleasant scene I had to stop and take a photo. Thank You…

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