north florida - wild florida

By: marsHen , 12:16 PM GMT on March 12, 2012

07:30 dst, 63F, flourescent orange sunrise, mostly cloudy, calm, no moon. usual soundtrack. got 0.2" rain yesterday p.m. trapped another fat mouse. took it down to the hay barn and wished it luck..
10:50 low tide at CK. partly cloudy. wind E 10-15 knts. upper 60's. fed fish, gave a tour, worked on the trawl. wind veered to SW and died to a slight breeze in the afternoon. low 70's. no-see-ums came out as the wind died and intensified my sinus head-ache.
16:10, high tide at # 4 bridge. ducks in the tide. large flocks of white pelicans resting on the flooded oyster bars.
16:40, 75F at the farm. a large flock of cattle egrets flew over the farm when I was coming down the lane. first I've noticed them. back from south america! took a nap.
18:50, 73F, mostly cloudy. a smokey haze forming over the pastures. someone is either burning their fields or burning brush. got 6 eggs. orange sunset.
pileated woodpecker in the donkey woodlot. 1 deer in the front yard.
21:00, 70F, dark and smokey. no stars or planets visible. dogs arguing over who gets to use the dog house. dst sucks!

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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.