Ann took this photo of me trying to get a shot of a wasp’s nest!
Today is our last day here at Ann and Cecil’s place.
This is the picture I was shooting in the header photo. Ann followed soon after with a can of wasp spray!
Cecil drove a friend to a doctor’s appointment in Gainesville. Ann was exhausted from spending too much time in the kitchen lately. Ron went to town and wandered around there for a while. So I took the opportunity to hunt down photo subjects.
We also did our own dinners tonight. I grilled seasoned zucchini squash and sauteed chicken tenders, onions, peppers and garlic for an easy one-dish meal.
A fuzzy photo of a male chameleon courting the ladies.
Since I don’t have any exciting adventures to share today, I’ll just post photos again. 🙂
This lady wasn’t impressed!
Cecil wasn’t sure whether this was Fred or Joe. 😀
Cecil has gopher tortoises on his property, and I thought this was one of their holes. But Cecil said it was probably an armadillo hole.
Tender, tasty baby bullbrier leaves
Florida is for bugs. 😦
Cool tree skeleton
Evidence the raccoons are eating the apple snails.
Field of oxalis
Baby wild muscadine grape leaves
Greenbriers will keep putting on tender, tasty shoots until midsummer
Leatherleaf florist’s ferns
Closeup of the beautiful shamrock-like oxalis
Maturing poke salad. At this point it is dangerously poisonous.
The requisite Sheba-in-the-pond photo. 🙂
Turtles in the pond
A carpet of Virginia creeper