Sunday, April 14, 2013

Sounds About Right

As I left the Rural Roost this morning, making my way back to the farmhouse,
I heard the unmistakable coos of a mourning dove. I've always associated their call
with a warm summer day, a comfy hammock and a good book.
A snow covered ground in mid-April...not so much.

I think the male twin summed it up best yesterday when he declared,

"What a wonderful winter we're having this spring."

~Be well friends


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13 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

too cute! :)

Country Gal said...

No snow here thank goodness ! Nice photo and video . The Doves here are always flapping about and calling they are funny to watch. Thanks for sharing. Have a good day !

Life with Kaishon said...

What a beautiful shot. I am sure you are tired of the snow, but it does look pretty! I think we are finally done with snow in Pennsylvania for the year, but I can never be certain : ).

Lynne said...

Sounds just about right . . . "what a wonderful winter we are having this spring!" . . . snow here today too . . .

Beth H said...

This is so beautiful!

Red Gate Farm said...

Ha ha! I guess this is when I should be thankful for our temperate climate (i.e. lots of rain and gray)!

~Chris

melissa said...

my sentiments exactly!!!

Buttons said...

Oh the male twin is so right:) Summer is coming I hope. We may be skipping spring all together. Love the tree shot.
Speaking of trees I do hope we warm up soon I am growing tired of loading that darn wood stove making for more work chopping more wood later:) Take care and have a nice day my friend. Hug B

Candy C. said...

Love the male twin's observation! LOL!!

Jessica Sweeney said...

Love it! Beautiful photo. I actually wish we still had snow here. :)

Flat Creek Farm said...

Sorry to hear you have snow in the midst of Spring! But that, my friend, is one gorgeous view. I love the mourning doves' call, as well as the male twin's observation ♥ -Tammy

Terri said...

Such a beautiful scene!

Carla said...

Crazy weather. My uncle called from Missouri going "It's the end of April and it's snowing! I should have stayed longer in the valley" LOL
We tried to tell him to stay.