Opossum Tails (Mystery Photo Friday 2 / 5 / 21 answer)

For days, this young opossum came into my chicken’s run and ate the leftover feed. He’s so cute, and he didn’t mind me getting up close.

Isn’t he something? ❀

His tail looks kind of like a corn cob.

He’s a good model. And look at those little hands!!

He thought he could hide from me, but I still found him on this day. XD

If any of you have Facebook, here is a video of the little guy. πŸ™‚ …and yeah, I’m petting him with a pole. πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ I was trying to get him to leave the chicken run, but he seemed to actually LIKE being petted. πŸ€¦β€β™€οΈ

Another Day At Mamaw’s Photoshoot – (answer to Mystery Photo Friday)

The answer to the Mystery Photo Friday from 01/01/21 was… a spider! πŸ˜€ This was only one of several photos I took that day.

Because of covid, only one person could accompany Mamaw into the heart doctor’s office. So I stayed outside in the truck and finished a book and looked at the scenery. I saw this:

And saw the erosion. Once they were back out at the truck, I got out, stretched my legs:

And you can really see the erosion in this photo. The way the roots grow was really neat to see.

Once back at Mamaw’s house, I saw the spider and also, these flowers! πŸ™‚

Before we left, I spotted this little guy just hanging out on the screen door.

He was so cute, I had to get a bunch of shots of him! 🀩

He was so tiny! A little baby! ❀

This is to give an idea of how tiny he was. He jumped onto my hand. ❀

Hope you enjoyed the photos, and I’ll see you around. πŸ™‚

Mystery Photo Friday – 12 / 28 / 2020

Hello and welcome to the first Mystery Photo Friday on my blog! I like getting up close in a lot of my photos, and sometimes it’s hard to tell what they are. So this series of posts is so you guys can guess what the photos are of!Β  I’ve been doing this on my Facebook, but I want to do it here too. Here is your first one:

I’ll post the answer Wednesday! πŸ˜€ I plan to get back into blogging at the beginning of the year, so hope to see you around! πŸ™‚