TRACKS ... SHADOWS ..... LINES... IN THE SNOW
What is lurking out of sight in the forest?
Perro followed the tracks in the snow under the archway and hurried through the gate to tell
me about the tracks he'd been following.
"I think critters are lurkin' in the forest in daytime
and leaving these tracks at night," he said and sniffed at the marks
left in the snow.
TRACKS<<<<<< >>>>>>> >>>>>
_________________ __________ LINES,
AND SHA DOWS iin the snow!
Sniff .... sniffff ..... sniff
"It think deer are lookin' digging in the snow
in our yard at night," Perro said, gazing up at me.
He sped around the corner to the pond,
leaving his tracks in the snow.
"Nothin' but birds drinkin' and flappin' ....." he barked loudly.
"Let's go indoors ..." I told him from the porch ...
shivering and my teeth chattering. "We'll put out some hay
for them ... I saw a doe with two fawns early this morning
before I let you out." Perro joined me on the porch.
"We can't let those little ones go hungry."
"Yeah ....... feed them and
they'll come back in the summer and
eat all your veggies and fruit and flowers and ..."
"Mmm hmmm." I agreed. "And you'll have
a busy, job of it chasing them back into the forest!"
Perro's upper lip curled into a smile and his stubby tail wiggled as he followed me into the house.
TO BE CONTINUED
AS SOON AS
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Little Old Widder Woman, MoniRose (new name! do ya like it?)