We got home yesterday afternoon. The last day was the hardest drive for sure. Not just because we were heading home, but because it was not on interstate highways or those straight West Texas roads, but through populated areas with lots of small towns and a few large ones and the roads where mostly two lane, narrow, and with no berms. But we made it even though it tired me out. OK, I am ready to do it again (grin).
Today, I am going to show you some wildlife pictures that I took while at Davis Mountains State Park. This first picture was of a deer just outside my windshield:
The next day they visited the camper behind me. I took their picture anyway:
I opened my door (screen door handle visible at left) and took a picture of a Javelina outside on the other side of that tree. The next night a bear was on this side of that tree!!
And here is the bear picture. My wife wouldn't let me open the door. She said the bear would come in. I figured it would run. Either way, I decided to take the picture through the window. My old camera that I always used needed charged so I used my other one. I thought the flash was turned off but it wasn't and the reflection from the window and the screen blocked the bear picture. I guess you are going to have to take my word for it.
Later this huge Javelina came by. It was the biggest one I have ever seen.
Here is a picture of small Javelina visiting the campers behind me.
This last picture is of an ant hill. Well, it isn't actually an ant hill like we have back here in East Texas; it was flat! The ants were big and black. My foot will give you an indication of size.
Out of all the large animals that reside in the park, the only ones I didn't see where the antilope and mountain lions. Maybe next time. Now, you all have a great day today, you hear?