Woods Country Cove

Love Of Nature, Photography, Gardening And Country Valley Living

Monday, November 13, 2017

Miggs In The Last Clean Up Of Leaves

The weather has been all over the place here . Cold , frosty, mild, sunny, windy cloudy rainy and  the odd dusting of snow  here and there .

Over the weekend it was quite pleasant out so Papa Miggs and I decided to get out there and clean up the last of the fallen leaves . When we had the frost the past few mornings the trees shed their last leaves in the yard and are all bare now .

One thing Miggs loves to do this time of year is play and lay in the pile of leaves and of course strike a few posses for me lol !


Miggs like it when Papa uses the leaf blower to collect the leaves and make big piles of them .


                                She also loves to dive in and catch the blowing leaves .




           And well sit in the piles to lol ! She has a look on her face as if to say , Can ya see me ?! youhoo mum n dad I am here !


        This is something she has done since a tiny puppy every fall of leaf clean up ! Crazy funny dog !

On another note , the birds have been feasting at and below the feeders , especially the Blue Jays who cobble up the seeds whole .

There is a dusting of snow on ground and leaves  in this pic it was a few days before we tackled the last batch of leaves .

Mostly quiet about the yard and valley this time of year at least the birds are keeping me entertained as does Miggs with their silliness .

                                                    Until next time .
                                                           
                                         Country Gal

4 comments:

Linda aka Crafty Gardener said...

Our likac bushes haven’t dropped all their leAves yet and the maples are hanging on. No snow for us.

William Kendall said...

She definitely has fun!

The Furry Gnome said...

Waiting to see if I have leaves to rake at home.

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

She is definitely having a good time in those leaves. I like to shuffle through them, but no longer need to do any raking (yeah!).