With our already uncharacteristically mild winter almost over, we have been having some rather terrible thunderstorms lately. We were even under a tornado watch Wednesday night. Thursday's weather gave us a much needed break with almost spring like weather and sun, so we got out of the house and took a walk around Wallen's Ridge in search of the elusive Woodbooger. (That and we are trying to get in shape by walking 5 miles a day when the weather breaks.).
|Miranda's Christmas Cactus is confused again and blooming early/late. It looks fake the color is so vivid.|
|We happened upon some geese, or Woodbooger snacks. They went all Jurassic on Miranda and hissed at her when she approached.|
|McWoodbooger Duck Nugget. I always wondered how they stay so white while standing in mud.|
|We visited this very "squatchy" watering hole, but did not see any Woodboogers.|
|This super creepy abandoned house on the river has to provide shelter for a Woodbooger.... either that or an ax murderer.|
|Miranda trying her best to locate a "Woodbooger".|
|Not even her pinky finger could dislodge one.|
|While we found no Woodboogers, the signs of an early spring were everywhere.|
It was a glorious day to be out and about, even if the Woodbooger eluded us. As the sun sets on another day, I question whether the Woodbooger will ever be found.