north florida - wild florida

By: marsHen , 11:25 AM GMT on March 16, 2014

06:30, 54f, a fog. full moon setting through oaks in donkey woodlot. some stars. bright planet, venus?, in east. guardian sleeping in front, wakes up. roosters crowing. pleasant walk with pup under the stars.
09:00, low tide rising at CK. south wind, 20 knts. 65f. white pelicans, snowy egrets, great egrets fishing in tidal pools in the mud flats by #4 bridge.
church was good. sermon on love. fed cat. heading to birthday party on kiss-me-quick with lots of sweets.. wind picking up. sunny.
14:00, high flood/moon tide at #4 bridge. south wind, 15-20 knts. 69f. a beautiful windy day. ate too many pieces of pie - cherry, coconut creme.. and there was more which I wisely resisted. wind picking up.
14:50, 80+ in the sun by the back door. 72 in the kitchen window. SW wind, 20-25 knts. could barely keep gate open. palm fans all over. new oak shoots littering ground. sheep in barn cleaning up hay. wind making them nervous. pup doesn't care. pleasant walk on south edge of cactus field. nap time.
19:00, 71f, overcast. still windy with gusts but not so strong. did chores. got 2 eggs. pup and guardian playing while I water plants.
21:40, 71f, mostly cloudy. SSW wind, 10-15 knts. full moon appearing and reappearing. no stars. small dead pine down in lane. will mvoe it tomorrow. pup checks it out. guardian eating her supper. good night, veiled moon.

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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.