Wow, hard to believe that the school year came to a close and summer vacation began a week ago already. It's been crazy busy here in Liss World, trying to find time to add new recipes and articles while working on the house/yard/garden and various jobsites with dh.
I was awakened in the wee hours of the morning (about 4am) by screaming in the side yard. Turns out that a Gray fox had managed to grab our mama guinea. It made off with her and all 18 of her babies scattered in various directions. So, being the whacko that I am, having run outside in the middle of the night without stopping to throw on some clothing first, searched the yard and edge of the woods for 40 minutes with a flashlight and managed to only find 1 baby.
After spending over an hour in the dark searching, I gave up & went back to bed. By quart of 6 in the morn, I was back at it, searching through the woods all over for any remaining babies. By 4 in the afternoon I'd found 11 live ones and 5 dead ones. By the next morning, 6 more had died. So now we're left with only 5 adorable guinea babies and a fox that has been seen lurking around at 1 in the afternoon!
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