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Tuesday, August 26, 2008


One of the advantages of having a lawn ripped apart during landscaping is the amazing opportunity to search for animal tracks in the soft mud.

In the past 5 days we have been lucky enough to identify chipmunk tracks, our own dog's paw-prints, and most recently, deer and fawn tracks. We have also had fun figuring out who's sneaker prints are whose. Daddy has the largest, and my daughter's have yet to be found (she is always barefoot).

Spotting tracks at home has caused us to begin finding them everywhere. Seagull tracks at the beach, Mallard Duck tracks at camp. We were even inspired to make some artistic tracks of our own.

White Tailed Deer & twin fawns

Shadie :-)

Sea Gulls (I'm not sure which kind)

Female Mallard Duck

My sweet daughter having fun at the ocean

I bet there are tracks in your backyard too - go check!


Robert said...

I like finding moose tracks in my ice cream.

Sheryl said...

LOL! Hadn't thought of that one Robert - now you've made me hungry!