Pronghorn Antelope are prevalent in our county. Sometimes you see them every which way you turn. At this time of year the bucks are grouped together and the does are reaching the end of their calving season.
Funny thing is, no matter how often I see them. I still feel it a privilege to live amongst so many wildlife.
Now I'd recommend you head on over to my other blog at http://thecalicobush.blogspot.com/ for a recipe of rose pedal jelly and a project bag give away. Meanwhile, I'll try and catch up on a few things, the house, the garden, the business etc. etc. And I think I'll use that half gallon of goat milk in the fridge that needs used up to mix with water and fertilize my tomatoes. Yes, the calcium and nutrients in powdered milk or fresh milk does good things for the garden, especially tomatoes. I've put in lots and lots since it is suppose to be a long hot summer.