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Started by Pat, February 10, 2004, 10:46:00 PM

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Pat



Posting for Joyce...


When Joyce says that she's going to PA for the weekend this is her view!  



DEER IN PA



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Pat



Amazing, Joyce!  Wow!  What a lot of snow!

Thanks for sharing this.


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Sue

And the snow is sooooo clean and new looking!

karmat

Wow!  That is a lot of snow.  

Those deer are like, "Hey, man, which way is McDonald's?"

<sorry, I'm getting punchy; it is past my bedtime>

Nita

JOYCE, WOW!  That's such a beautiful picture.  So much snow...I don't think I've ever been in snow like that.  How do the deer even walk in it?


Jane Walker

 How do the deer even walk in it?  Very carefully, Nita...very carefully!  :P 8)

JOYCE~I love your place in PA!  I sure hope this is not the only photo we'll be seeing of your PA hideout.  
Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass .... it's about learning to dance in the rain!

Maria

Very awesome  photo Joyce
And the deers in the snow
very good thank you
but i have never seen such a lot snow
RIA

Jenny


Oh Joyce, this is lovely.

I feel so sorry for the poor deer now. Gosh I'd be bringing them in by the fire! I would really!

Thanks "dear" deer.
Jenny  ;)

Etta Sue

Wow!  That snow looks so soft and fluffy!  Not here!  Our snows are wet snows....makings for great snowmen!!!

I don't know what I would do if I looked outside and saw deer in my yard just standing there.  




Sonifo

Joyce~Awesome shot.  It is hard to get a shot of the deer in my backyard. They move to quickly.

I had to look at this for awhile.  Wish I was there standing next to you.  What a site from God.

I remember going camping with a councelor when I was a teenager.  She was telling me about God and all of the sudden we looked up and there was this beautiful doe (female deer) about 10 feet away just staring at us.  I felt the presence of God then.  Wow!
Thanks for sharing.

Marilyn

Wow Joyce Awesome photos of the deer. They are looking at you too.
"Good people take care of their animals, but even the kindest acts of the wicked are cruel" Prov. 12:10
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joyce robson

Thanks, Pat.

Glad that you were able to get this okay.

This is only a little of what I see--usually around
5 or 6 at a time.

I walk that road; and they just stand there--checking me out. We are getting so use to it.

You must see the little fawns--they are adorable.

I will be posting some with my daughter in law sharing her cookies with them.

By the way, that same hill that they are on (when we first moved in) had 36 wild turkeys walking by !!
That was some sight.

I will try to get the photos of the deer at Christmas time when my hubby put up Santa and reindeer and the "real" deer just came by and check them out.
My neighbor loved watching them 'cause they would come and lick Santa!!.

Be back later,

Love in Christ,
Joyce

Larry Hanna

Joyce, that is a great picture but it sure makes me glad I live in Georgia.  I grew up in NW Missouri and have seen snow that deep or deeper many times.  I remember having high-topped overshoes and the snow would come up over the tops of them.  Fortunately it isn't like that every year in Missouri.  I also saw a lot of snow when we lived in Alaska.

Chris & Margit Saunders

I must admit, I'm very fond of venison, but it's dead dear! lol.

Jeanne Lee

Such a lovely, peaceful picture, Joyce!  
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Janet

What a beautiful scene, Joyce!  I'm looking forward to seeing more of that area.
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