north florida - wild florida

By: marsHen , 10:09 AM GMT on March 25, 2012

05:50, 64F, clear. stars out. woke roosters up. yard dog carrying on. wet out. thinking there's probably fog.
07:20, 61F, foggy. a young doe with twin fawns was resting on the edge of the cactus field under the oak. behind her, the sunrise and fog. the fawns were the size of a long-legged young cat and all spotted. made my day!
08:50, low tide at CK. low 70's, a breeze from SW.
sunny. very light chop at the sand spit.
12:10, medium tide coming in when I left the island. 2 pairs of red-head ducks in the backwaters.
no other ducks in sight. the usual herons.
13:00, 78F at the farm. sunny. 89F when the sun came around to the back door.
15:00, 81F. slight SW breeze. went out and got the garden together. planted field peas, tomatos, and green and chili peppers. guard dog kept me company.
20:20, 72F, clear. waxing crescent moon and jupiter and venus amazing in the western sky! made my evening!

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marine biologist around the Suwannee River delta. Raise Cracker sheep on an old Cracker farm ~ 12 mi. (as the crow flies) from the Gulf.