Strange Tracks

One of the things I really like about snow where we live is all of the animal tracks...The things that you never knew were even around become evident after a snow, as you see their prints criss-crossing the yard and driveway. We've seen house cat tracks (not ours, we don't have a cat), rabbit tracks, deer tracks, raccoon tracks, dozens of types of birds' tracks, and the occasional large mammal (?) tracks. These tracks, are a little bit puzzling, however....


So let's follow them and see where they lead....


Hmm, I suspect....


Aha. Yep. Don't let a little bit of snow and ice slow you down, guys!

1 comments:

    I saw on your last post how much snow you got! Wow. We only had a mess of the sky spitting various precipitation (rain, slush, snow, sleet, etc). Just a dusting of snow stuck. Even though I'm not a winter person, hearing about the tracks that you find near you make me almost (almost!) wish I could see snow like that. I only wish the tracks could be seen without the difficulties that sometimes come with snow.

     
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