north florida - wild florida

By: marsHen , 12:07 PM GMT on June 21, 2012

07:30, 76F, overcast, calm. yellow dogs under grapefruit tree. roosters crowing. puppy hungry. she's gaining weight. now for a flea bath..
09:30, weasel and ermine got flea baths. hall and kitchen vacuumed.
11:30, high tide at CK coming in. east wind, 5 knts. overcast. CK probably has the unwanted distinction of being one of the first florida cities that has salt water intrusion in their drinking water. salt water has invaded our well field. presently the citizens are functioning with bottled water trucked in..
16:30, higher tide - solstice, moon driving water..
herons and egrets dotted through the marsh. storm running from rosewood to cowtown, moving north. drove thorugh the tail end. puddles along 345.
17:00, upper 70's at farm. slight east breeze. misty/drizzle. got 2 eggs. 2 deer in south cow pasture. newdog barked at sheep - got sent back to house. fed pup. bob-whites calling from the cactus field. and being answered from bob-whites out in the oak forest to the south..
20:40, 78F, overcast, drizzle.. let it rain/ let it pour/ let it rain a whole lot more......

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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.