Another beautiful cool morning today here to be planning my day in the mountains of Western North Carolina. Such a treat to be able to sit with the sliding glass doors open and the blogging muse is free to wander in. There's some kind of crow conference going on outside and it seems to be a pretty spirited conversation. Has anyone else noticed how big crows are getting? Here they seem to be as big as ducks but with shorter necks.
Ever since the apple tree next to the deck fell a month ago, the view to the rest of the trees is really been opened up. This morning its like watching some sort of Disney special feature. The new distance from the house gives the squirrels and birds a little more security to wander about the other apple tree without feeling like the humans could reach out and harrass them. From here the squirrels look more like adorable little mobile furry stuffed animals than wire chewing, insulation stealing, nest building, wood gnawing, dog antagonizing bushy tailed rodents.
In a few minutes I'm going to empty the card in my camera since with real estate photos it fills up fast. I have two appointments today with buyers plus I'm driving out to Tuckasegee and Little Canada for some updated photos of a 33 acre tract that we have listed for a gentleman who lives in London. I'll also take some additional yard signs just in case any are missing or damaged. Nothing looks worse than tacky yard signs. We love how ours look.
Guess I'd better get busy, there's always a bit of serendipity on these trips to photo listings. I never know what wonderful scene lays just around the corner in the mountains (and valleys) of Western North Carolina.