So it decided to be winter.

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Our snowfall wasn’t just a fluke…we’ve had little bits of snow floating through the air the past few days and the temperatures have DROPPED! It was five degrees Fahrenheit this morning. 

I have to admit that I’m getting my information from a new weatherman in the area. Dave the Squirrel, weatherman extraordinaire, is giving me regular updates. He’s been very accurate so far, we shall see if that continues.

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Winter beauty.

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More snow is on the way and I can’t wait to get back behind the lens of the camera.

This is one of my regulars…partial to peanuts, it gladly accepts other birdseed as well. I thought I might try something new on the menu. You might help me with suggestions…Oreo cookies are probably not the best thing to offer them.

Would pudding be a good choice?

How about celery?

Perhaps cooked oatmeal with a drizzle of honey on top?

Grilled cheese sandwiches come to mind, but some of the birds might be lactose intolerant.

I will be awaiting your suggestions with eager anticipation.

The determined squirrel.

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We had four inches of snow the other day! We’ve had a lot of rain, but not much snow up until now, so it was a very pretty change of pace.

The snow may have made it easier for the squirrels to get to the feeder, I know it had to be softer than walking on the rock hard clumps of dirt. No matter what the reason, I was glad to see this one and today we had TWO!!