Of Course along with Summer is the onslaught of the Mosqitoes in the early morning and at dusk.
This week ended with very hot/humid temperatures and the forecast for next week is for a continuance with temperatures ranging from the low 30's to the mid 30's Celsius with humidex readings in the 40's.
Luckily it cools down in the evening and cloudy days also helps for the dogs.
The dogs adjust to the heat by being much calmer and staying in the shade of their houses or the shade provided by the trees the surround the kennel.
Feeding time is a little earlier in the morning and a fresh supply of water is a must.
Our family of Groundhogs have relocated to another place in the forest as I beleave the mother was getting a little worried that her brood were getting to familiar with my presence.
They were great intertainment.
Yesterday, I saw a Wild Female Turkey very close to my chalet.
This is the first turkey I have ever seen here.
The forest here is always full of surprises.
Until next week......