north florida - wild florida

By: marsHen , 12:28 PM GMT on November 15, 2012

06:40, 57F, overcast. yellow dogs at back door. pups playing. roosters winding down. shrimp fried rice for breakfast..
07:30, 58F, thick fog rolled in.
10:20, fog leaving moisture on my windshield like sprinkles. extreme low tide at CK. 57F, NE wind, 7 knts. overcast. a yellow cat has adopted the boat yard. we need a ratter. finished the big seine, cleaned out the box, and put it back in. now for the old seine that we used and tore up this month.. bait seine hung on fence and washed. should be dry tomorrow unless the rain really does come in.
15:00, 64F, east wind, 7 knts. high tide at CK. took CR 347 to cowtown instead of the usual route. the colors of the leaves in the swampy areas displayed almost every shade in the yellow-red spectrum. the cypress heads really stood out as these big rusty domes in the midst of the planted pines. immature bald eagle crossed the road in front of the truck. after fowler's bluff, the forests become open pastures and fields with lots of cows. they were not lying down.
16:40, chilly north wind at front gate. the sun will set in an hour. where did the time go? unload feed first. then start chores with dogs.
20:40, 60F, overcast. no moon. no stars. guard dog out with sheep. barking in the distance.

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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.