June: The Amazing, enticing & Fascinatingly Weird Sights & Sounds from the Endless Mountains

I’d like to invite all to read and enjoy this post.
Make certain to click over to enjoy every word.
There’s a surprise waiting in the pond for you to be sure, and sounds like you can’t imagine.
Thanks Donna for a lovely visit in your world.

The Heart of Applebutter Hill

June, the month that straddles the summer solstice, is in the rear-view mirror. Summer has hit us with a vengeance. Before I lay the powerful and magical month of June to rest, though, I’d like to share some of my favorite memories. There’ll be no weddings or graduations here; this is about the awesome natural world that surrounds and sustains us here in Pennsylvania’s Endless Mountains.

Baby squirrels peering out of duck house high above Hill's pond: photo by Rich Hill.
“No, you go first,” says one of the baby squirrels peering out of the duck house high above Hills’ pond: photo by Rich Hill.

The Beginnings

These three fawns were born east of Hills' house on 5/28/19. They are so young, they can barely stand up, and their Mom had to stand downhill from them, so they could reach her to nurse: photo by Rich Hill.

As May was coming to an end, we were inundated with rain, much like we had been for over a year. Everyone who had outside work to do had long since grown bone-wearingly sick of it. Then, one day at the end of May, Rich spotted a doe with her newborn fawn. The next day, another deer Mama…

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2 Responses to June: The Amazing, enticing & Fascinatingly Weird Sights & Sounds from the Endless Mountains

  1. Hi Patty, thanks for the re-blog. I appreciate it. Hugs 🙂

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