If you had driven on our street past our house two weeks ago and had been very alert, you would have seen this 'guy' over in our front yard. My husband's nephew, who he consulted, said that the buck was just getting a bit of a rest during mating season.
This is the view from our living room looking out
over the front yard and field
to the house across the street.
Here is that same view
after it began to snow last week.
This is the other house across from us.
Every house in this addition has to be
on at least an acre for leach bed and septic tank rules.
The home you're viewing
is on two or three acres.
(We have eight.)
For more views on streets from all over the world,
go to Francesca's Fuoriborgo
My goodness, what a handsome buck! I hope you're taking lots of photos of him while he's visiting!ReplyDelete
I would love to have a few acres! Gorgeous photos!ReplyDelete
What a view! Love the buck and the dog too!ReplyDelete
You found a beautiful area to live and that is such a handsome dog.ReplyDelete
Wow - you have a beautiful view at your place! It must be so nice to be surrounded by nature as you are. Imagine seeing a stag from the window of your house!!ReplyDelete
what a lovely place to live (inside and out)!ReplyDelete
i love your place, your grounds, your street,....
such a lovely lovely place. heavenly. enjoy!ReplyDelete
the dark branches and white snow make a good winter view.ReplyDelete
So lovely when the first of winter's snow comes down to cover all the colors,like leaving a fresh coat of white paint over everything. Love the dogs footprints in the snow :)ReplyDelete
It looks so beautiful, a winter fantasy! And so lucky to meet a buck so close to you!! Gorgeous pose!!♡ReplyDelete
And when the night is coldReplyDelete
There is still a light that shines on me
Shine on until tomorrow, let it be.
I LOVE all the land and open space!!ReplyDelete
What a chance to see a beautiful buck so close! Amazing! The only things I see in my tiny garden are sparrows, snails ... or my cat!ReplyDelete
Wishing you a happy new year in your new home!ReplyDelete
I see deer nearly every time I've visiting at Susie's. So, seeing them and the dog at your place would be a visiting treat for me there. And I'm so glad you have been blessed with house and the acres. So happy for you.ReplyDelete