north florida - wild florida

By: marsHen , 12:23 PM GMT on April 11, 2013

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07:10, 69F, mostly cloudy. sun's coming up. roosters crowing. dixie at back door. pup out. ham for breakfast.
08:50, 75F, overcast. a comedy of errors - dropped lamb milk on floor, resulting in big puddle but bottle didn't break. brought pup inside to clean it up. discovered trapped mouse by cat food so left house to release mouse down by hay barn. pup and guardian thundered by me - pup with ham slice in mouth! she did stop and sit, while gulping down ham, when I screamed NO!!! so how could I beat her up??
pup on tether. floor mopped. another morning on the farm.
10:30, pup took swim in gambusia breeding stock tank by falling-down-horse barn. guess she's feeling the heat.
11:00, medium tide rising at CK. ducks in the shallows. 74F, south wind, 16 knts. light chop in the backwaters.
fed cat. 600 ft. seine almost mended. pleasant in boatyard. breezy and sunny.
16:10, 77F, SW winds, 12 knts. high tide at #4 bridge. wind blowing tide in. folks are beginning to come into town for the gala week-end. hope the weather's decent for the festival.
16:50, 88F at back door. partly cloudy, sunny. pup glad to get out of crate. sheep in pasture, donkeys in woods.
19:30, 81F, clouding up. SW wind. got 5 eggs. walked out to pasture looking for moon but too cloudy in the west.
21:00, 78F, a mist. stars blurry. some deer in cactus field. guardian barking. hoping to get some rain.

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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.