Yesterday it really felt like fall, and it does again today, too. It was almost 40*F this morning.
I took a few photos yesterday, but was in a hurry to get somewhere so didn’t bring the monopod and the quality isn’t great. It seems I can’t hold the camera steady enough to get really clear shots. But you can still see how fall-like it’s beginning to look like fall here at Wild Ozark!
As I was driving slowly down the county road, I spotted this gigantic hornet’s nest about three feet off of the ground. They say that the distance of the nest from the ground is an indication of how deep the snow will be in winter. We have a nest near the house that’s twenty feet off the ground, though, so I’m not sure how much credence to give this saying!
I missed writing/sketching my Nature Journal entry yesterday, but took a couple of photos I intend to use for it later this morning. So I’ll have to do two entries today to catch up.
Other projects I’ve been working on include the “My Nature Journal” book with blank pages for others to begin nature journals of their own. I’ll have these to sell at the booth, and they’ll also be available at Amazon and our online shop. I’ve included a few pages from my own journal to help inspire new nature journalists.
And it’s past time for me to begin working on the October Wild Ozark newsletter. I’m a bit behind on that but should get it done within a week or so.
I’ll be at the market Tuesday if all goes as planned, with books and balms again. I hope to see you there!I ♥ Wild Ozark's blog! #Nature www.wildozark.com Click To Tweet
About the voice behind this blog, Madison Woods
I'm a creative old soul living way off the beaten path with my husband in the wild Ozark Mountains. Besides homesteading, growing plants & making crafty things and newsletters, I write books and stories. My rural fantasy fiction, written under the pen name, Ima Erthwitch, usually takes place in a much altered Ozarks.
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