two more fox sightings

“Our” fox jogged through the forest around 7:15 this morning.  We didn’t get a great look at her because she was 20-50 feet back in the forest, but we still saw her–somewhat.  She did the same thing a few days ago around the same time so clearly 7 to 7:30am is a good fox sighting window.

Unfortunately, we would have had a better look at her a few days ago if I hadn’t shut my office window.  I had accidentally left it open the night before (one of those passive solar + masonry stove = too warm in the house days).  I went into my office, realized that it was colder than usual, and shut the window–only to see a streak of red-brown near the small pond on the edge of the meadow/forest.

Yup, Ms. Fox had made her way out of the forest, but I startled her so back she went into the trees.  Drat!!

I’m curious what she is doing around 7 o’clock in the morning.  Finding breakfast?  Walking her territory?  Going for a morning jog?  Not sure, but we hope she keeps showing herself.  And, needless to say, I have started looking outside before shutting any windows.

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One Response to two more fox sightings

  1. Lisa Kozleski says:

    I think it’s always a good day when that sweet fox crosses your path!

    Wishing you a wonderful week. Love you!

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