LIVING OUT IN THE COUNTRY

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Bear Walking Toward The Salt Lick.

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Turkey Strutting His Stuff For The Girls.

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Deer Eating With The Turkey

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Turkey Eating

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Squirrel Looking Into The MoultrieCam

I do not live on a farm but I do live way out in the country. Country living is interesting and fun. It is also takes a lot of work. Let’s start with interesting. It ‘s interesting because you get to see all kinds of animals and learning about those animals is interesting. I can’t tell you how many times I didn’t know what kind or type of animal it was that I saw and I would look it up on the computer to find out. I find it interesting learning about different kinds of animals. Second, it is fun because some of those animals you can interact with daily. Third, it takes some work if you want to interact with animals daily and I’m not kidding. You have to be willing to talk to the animals out in the open and not mind if someone does hear you talking. For example, my family talks to the birds, turkey, deer, stray cats, squirrels and etc… that come into our backyard and what we call a campsite. I have woods up back of the house as well as on one side of our house and across the way below the neighbor’s house there is a creek. I say we live in the country because we do. You see, we get all kinds of animals like Deer, Squirrels, Stray Cats, Different kinds of Birds, Raccoons, Bobcats, Bear, Snakes, Fishers, Turkeyย and the list goes. For those of you who don’t know what a fisher is, it is “a small carnivorous mammal native to North America. It is a member of the mustelid family and a part of the marten genus. The fisher is closely related to but larger than the American marten. The fisher is a forest-dwelling creature whose range covers most of boreal forest in Canada to the northernย United States. Names derived from aboriginal languages include pecan, pequam, wejack and woolang. It is also called a fisher cat, although it is not a feline.” The Scientific name for a fisher is: Martes pennant, the Biological classification is: Species and the fisher Belongs to: Marten. I got this information from bing.com/images. As you can see country life not only proves to interesting but fun too. Please remember that it takes work too. Please note, the one image is past sunset but has a full moon in it. I sure hope you enjoy this post on country living. If you are interested in looking up about a fisher, here is a link that you can do that and it is: Country Living. Please note that city life is not mentioned because I’ve never lived in the city before. I have lived way out in the country all my life and have loved it. Please enjoy the pictures as well as post.

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7 thoughts on “LIVING OUT IN THE COUNTRY

  1. Found it! Good job on leaving the link. Still don’t see the squirrel tho’.

    I just left you a long comment about how to edit your About page. Once you’ve done that, go back to edit posts like this one, and separate paragraphs with returns – which will add “white space” that makes them easier to read (so more people will read, and a few will comment).

    Hope this helps.
    xx,
    mgh
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMORE dot com)
    ADD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder
    “It takes a village to educate a world!”

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  2. I lived in the country for 15 years I just loved the peace and calm and especially nature the different seasons now I sadly live in a busy village how I long for country life again.I just love your photos and blog.x๐Ÿพ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿ˜ป

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  3. I live in the country, but there’s “country a mile from the city” and then there’s “country 100 miles from the city.” I live 3 miles from a small town and 15 from a small city. Looks you llve in an area a lot more “country” than that. :-).

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