Thursday, June 29, 2017
We had some unusual nesting spots around the farm this year.
these babies were born in a bucket, in the barn.
Mom had to enter & exit the barn by going under the sliding door.
Then I found the beginning of a nest in my Ranger,
the vehicle I use to spread manor.
I guess, a kind of mobile home!
These are both wren nests, birds known for building in weird places.
Thursday, June 15, 2017
Thursday, June 8, 2017
Saturday, May 27, 2017
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Monday, April 24, 2017
We took a little jaunt on the Natchez Trace,
which was a historic trail from Nashville, Tennessee to Natchez Mississippi.
Once used by Indians & pioneers for trade, its now 444 mile National Parkway.
A well known landmark along the Trace is the Natchez Trace bridge,
an award winning cathedral arch bridge in Tennessee.
There are several ancient Indian mounds along the parkway.
Meriwether Lewis is buried in Tennessee along the Trace.
And you can still hike some sections of the original trace pathway,
taking a walk back in time.
And visit a historic stand, which offered shelter to those walking the trial years gone by.
The Natchez trace is a beautiful and historic tour of the past.