Thursday, February 9, 2012

Still Here

I'm starting to have camera trapping withdraw...it's been close to two weeks since I've been out in the woods to check my cameras :(. But the end is in sight. We got the first books off the binding line I've been working on yesterday and we have most things playing well together. Hopefully Sunday I'll can get out for a much needed break in the woods. Until then here's a couple of a doe I got at a new camera location and one of me coming in the check the camera. The last shot really get me wishing it was Sunday already!



11 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

it's joe! he's alive! or at least he was when this shot was taken on 1/29/12! :)

i've been missing you!!! glad to know the line is running!!! you must do good work!

Beyond My Garden said...

It is so hard to get out once we have stopped. I'm glad you are out again.
nellie

heyBJK said...

Lovely doe! I'm glad things are going well in your work. Hope you get time to check your cameras more often soon.

Lindsjö taxar said...

Hi Joe! Nice to see you back again. It´s very interesting to follow you and your trial cameras so we over here can see your wildlife.
We have a camera too but still no animals on it. We´ll check on it this weekend. We have still snow and about -6 C, will be warmer in a few days.
I will go to the hunting camp today and check if roes have been eating on the silage bales we put out 2 weeks ago.

Larry Ostby said...

Nice to see you back in action Joe. Like the hiking shot.

Ola said...

nice to see you again!

Sandy said...

Been missing you! I have gotten nothing on my camera except for the tail of a raccoon :( I also need to read the directions as I think it is too sensitive...taking pictures of bushes blowing in the wind...as in 128 pictures of bushes blowing in the wind! LOL

Fjällripan said...

The deers looks so cute with their big ears :)

Ruta said...

That sure is a lovely little doe!

Michaele said...

The doe posed nicely for us and now we have proof that you do still get out once in a while : ) I know you must really be itching to be in the woods. I can relate!

Rick Kratzke said...

I know how you feel. I love the pictures of the doe.