That's mama eating my plum tree.
*One of the fawns* I took these photos through my front window - I didn't want to scare them by opening the door. The fun thing is - this doe and her twins have made their home in our yards. Our neighbors (within a couple miles) and ourselves - have all been watching out for them since they were born. They have enjoyed spending time in the middle of the road. Either the pavement was warm for the babies or they are just suicidal. We have 'shooed' them off the road more than once. I hadn't seen them for a few weeks so was glad to see that all three are still kicken'. We don't even mind them being in the yard - until they start destroying things. It's all part of living in this beautiful place. If I wanted a town yard, I would live in town. We also saw a bear cub yesterday - think we spooked him. He raced right up a tree and held on tight! I didn't have my camera out and ready so no picture - sorry. Just in case you are wondering, you don't try to get too close to cubs or spend much time trying to get their pictures. Where there is a cub, there is a mama who doesn't want you bothering her cub. It's best to leave them alone.
Off to work on my challenge quilt - hoping to finish it up this week - will share after the show. Until then, happy stitches and nimble fingers.