You might remember a couple weeks ago
that Hubbs and I and the dogs took a hike in the woods and found a tree
that had been decimated by a bear.
We subsequently positioned our game cameras in that area in the hopes of
capturing a bear photo.
A couple days ago, we went back to the woods to get the cameras' memory cards.
While we were there we found another tree with claw marks,
and yet another that had been shredded.
With all of that bear activity, we surely would have a photo.
I combed through 300+ images and saw....
lots of deer...
This time of year everybody is antler-less...
the bucks shed their antlers in late winter.
And some very active Tom turkeys.
It's obviously mating season for wild turkeys.
These fellows were strutting their stuff!
Sadly, still no bear photos.
I will be patient....surely we will eventually get lucky.
The good news is...
I will be posting a Saturday "Walk on the Wild Side" again since spring has arrived.
Yesterday was a rainy, dreary day on the farm,
so I took the opportunity to drive 1 ½ hours to Williamsport, PA to visit this salvage company.
What a treasure trove of old doors, hardware, cabinets, light fixtures,
architectural elements and other miscellany.
I found exactly what I was looking for.
Sadly, I cannot share that project with you until the wedding photo shoot.
Patience....if I can patiently wait for a bear photo,
you can patiently wait for wedding photos!!