It’s strange that something that big can be so hard to see sometimes.
I woke up last night with cramps in both thighs and that’s not a good way to wake up. I was so tired that I didn’t know my name and certainly not to get rid of the cramps in both legs at the same time either 🙂 I managed to get rid of it in one leg and when I tried to get rid of it in the other it started again in the first one 🙂 I don’t know for how long I was up but I do have sore thighs now 🙂
But the day has passed fairly fast and even though it was nasty cold in the morning the day got rather warm with sunshine and no wind. I drove to Falköping to get some fire logs because the little fire wood I had wasn’t quite dry and showed no interest in burning after a few minutes in the stove 🙂 I also bought some red onion sets to have in my vegetable garden. I think it still is a bit too cold during nights so I won’t plant them yet. I also have lots of Dahlia’s this year so I guess I might be needing to dig a new flower bed later on.
We walked upstream’s the creek today and on our way back I decided to follow one of the side roads that leads in to the forest and later on I think out to the bog. I only had a fleece jacket on but since there was no wind it almost got too warm anyway, that is until we walked in to the forest. We walked mostly in shade and the road was still frozen after last nights frost and a good thing that was otherwise it would have been impossible to walk some parts of the road because it was mostly frozen mud 🙂
I was talking all the time just in case there were any wild hogs around so guess if I got surprised when I suddenly saw a moose 🙂 To be honest, it wasn’t her I was looking at but a big uprooted tree and it was just when she moved slightly that I saw her, just beside the tree 🙂 She looked at us for a while and then she slowly walked away further in to the forest. I’m glad as long as they walk the other way, a moose can kill a human and do so almost every year. I guess however that four dogs and a human is a bit too much at the same time 🙂
It’s time to start a fire in the stove, I can already now feel that it will be a cold night. Tomorrow clouds will arrive and later next week we might get some rain. I am hoping for a dry spring so all insect larvae dies like they did last year, one gets spoiled by having one summer without zillions of horse flies, deer flies, mosquitoes and midges 🙂
Have a great day!