What we did see were the two four-footed beasts who are common in the fields: deer and cows. And what's more, they were being cute.
This fawn crossed the field despite our presence, looking for Mom. It bleated once, and Mom responded. Once they were reunited, we saw them off and on at the edges of the clearing, wanting to eat but also stay out of the sun (and out of view of the weird people), I suppose.
When we first arrived, all of the cattle were in the shade of some trees at one edge of the field. When we left, they had moved up and across, toward their sources of water. I've always been amused by the way a herd will just decide it's time to move, change fields, go on a ramble, etc.
One cow, "Ol' Number 2," really took her water seriously, hopping right into the spring and getting her fill.
My Dad and my Uncle both asked me about the hail I had pictures of in one of my Las Vegas posts. It must have been a sign. I didn't know at the time that we would see hail again, today!
Severe thunderstorms have been working their way through the area for the last couple of hours, and we had about five minutes where decent-sized hail stones rained down on our town.
What a weekend!