Squirreling Around

Happy New Year to all of you!  I wish you a year full of good health, much joy, and lasting prosperity!

With the holidays behind us, my husband and I have taken off on an adventure for warmer weather to visit new places and search for its promised amazing wildlife.  I’ll reveal that exciting location in my next post.

For now, I’ll share this adorable squirrel who posed nicely for me while scampering around the woods behind our overnight campsite in Lumberton, North Carolina.


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Squirrel – Sittin’ Pretty


“The beauty and charm of the wilderness are his for the asking,
for the edges of the wilderness lie close beside the beaten roads of the present travel.”
— Theodore Roosevelt



38 thoughts on “Squirreling Around

  1. Save travels, Donna, and I look forward to your photos. By the way, we were at Blackwater last Friday and saw a Delmarva fox squirrel right where you originally told us to look. I’ll always be grateful for that tip!

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  3. What a coincidence! I had to shoo 2 squirrels today, and a groundhog at noon. Here, it’s raining buckets now. I’m so curious to know what location will you pick. Have a safe trip, my friend. 🙂

    • Thank you, HJ! I like how you ‘shoo’ them away. We love all wildlife, even the nuisance ones! 😊 We had a groundhog family many years back living under our shed. Drove our black Lab absolutely crazy, he would sit and wait for one to pop its head out. They’re big critters!

  4. Really fun to see this photo, Donna. You were able to express the rambunctious nature of this beautiful mammal. Have a great time on your adventure, look forward to hearing about and seeing it.

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