As I walked between rain drops yesterday, I saw this cool looking millipede speed walking across the drive we shared.
I finally got out fishing! I have not gone since ice fishing and it was making me cranky. It felt good to catch a limit of bluegills and sunfish for Sunday dinner (there are more in the cooler). They are not big, but I'd rather eat the medium sized fish anyways. I like to release the big ones so they can propagate their big fish genes.
There is a red fox sitting and watching me as I watch him. He is on the grass by the edge of the woods about fifty yards away in the middle of this picture.
The deer you see are both bucks. They are in velvet now and seem so small this time of year. Next fall they will thicken up and look big with gleaming antlers and thick necks for the rut.
Our oldest son got married outdoors in the heat. We are glad it did not rain. It was a happy day. Congrats and best wishes to the happy couple.
After teaching three session about honey bees to the Calvin University CALL (Calvin Academy for Lifelong Learning) "students", we did one session all about maple syrup. It was a blast! Attendees were interested and into it and a very fun audience. All four sessions were a great experience.
Enjoy the longest days of the year. We wait so long for summer and then it is gone in a heartbeat.