When Katie and I took our afternoon walk, we met up with a neighbor walking his dog. His dog is a 5 pound Deer Chihuahua, sooooo cute - like a miniature Katie.
While we were talking he said to walk over by the fence at dusk and we'd see deer, and sure enough, we did. There was only one, she looked like a female, no antlers, and kind of smallish.
She saw us coming when she was behind the fencing in front of the bushes, so I snapped her through the fence, then we walked around behind her to get a clear shot.
These aren't the clearest photos, but they are the best of what I got.
Another view of the campground, on our walk back. The Palms is in the middle. Two coaches away the people had guests all day, and they had lawn games and ran remote control cars on the lawn. They were quiet, but looked like they were having a good time.
I noticed this plant growing in the rocks on the edge of the water - I think it's a lily of some kind? I wonder if someone planted it here, or if it just landed in the rocks and started growing. The waves constantly hit it.
Other than taking a couple of long walks around the "neighborhood," it was a quiet day in The Palms. I listened to a book on tape downloaded from the library while I played computer games, then sat outside with Katie and read my Kindle while the sun went down.
Since nothing was defrosted, I made an avocado and cheese omelet for dinner. I put a little ketchup and sour cream on top, and it hit the spot. Cookies and coffee for desert, and a little TV and ... that was our Saturday.
This morning I was up early, and Katie seemed to be having a problem deciding whether to get up or go back to sleep.
About an hour later she was ready to get up, and when we went outside, we saw a flock of Canadian Geese on the grass at the pool area.
It looked like some were sleeping, and three in the back had their necks up, watching out for the rest?
A bit later, they went into the water and seemed to be drifting by our campsite in a single line.
And they drifted away.
We're going out on the deck now, a little Kindle reading and sun, and then lunch.
From Me and My Dog, have a great Sunday, everyone! : )