The Walhonding River on its way to join the Tuscarawas River.
This is my cousin Theresa and my brother Richard at the 2012 family reunion in Coshocton, OH
Self-propelled "traction" engines moved from farm to farm under their own steam power. This massive traction engine was widely used as the power source for plowing large farms in the Great Plains states and the prairie provinces of Canada.
Made about 1916
On display at the Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, MI, USA
Well, I’ve gone on vacatklon any way. Back in about a week!
One of the racoons attacking the squirrel feeder from above, while her partner cleans up the scraps.
Stretch those feathers and grab some cereal…
It’s a new day!
We knew there was probably more then one raccoon getting into the squirrel feeder every night. Now we know there are four!
Apologies for the lack of quality. Was my first time trying my new toy at night. I figured the bush was cropping in to the frame, but I was having some difficulty getting the focus locked in since it was dark out. I am definitely planning on trying some more night work again, so hopefully I learn from my (many) mistakes 😉