Country Living is Where It’s At

We’ve both always lived in the country. Chris lived next to his granddaddy’s farm, and Jessica lived at her family-owned campground. There were lots of memories to be had, but many had to do with animals and pets. So, when we decided to buy a house, Chris was adamant it had to be in the “country”.

In the last week, we’ve had several visitors.

Turkey in our front yard!

Turkey in our front yard!

One of many frogs. We name them all

One of many frogs. We name them all “Bob”.

Tadpoles on the sides of our driveway. Many more frogs in our future.

Tadpoles on the sides of our driveway. Many more frogs in our future.

Ok, this spider is smaller than a quarter, but he fully cooperated in Jessica's picture taking. Sorry, if you don't like spiders. We aren't big fans either.

Ok, this spider is smaller than a quarter, but he fully cooperated in Jessica’s picture taking. Sorry, if you don’t like spiders. We aren’t big fans either.

What creatures have been visiting you lately?

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2 thoughts on “Country Living is Where It’s At

    • Thank you! I was hoping to get a better one of the turkeys since this is the first time they’ve been in our yard, but they scattered too quickly. I’ve finally been playing with my macro lens too. ~Jess

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