Well, about 50 minutes 4 days a week to be more accurate, although on the weekends I can often play an hour and a half away. John
An hour drive to work?! Wow. ANd I dislike my 30 minute drive. ;)
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It is about an hour long drive to work through mostly rural areas. I pass through 2 small towns on the way. Most of the armadillos I see are concentrated on just the other side of the second small town. I saw a second one in the same sad condition yesterday morning. I've been through Texas 8 times, all the way down to Brownsville and Corpus Christi, and never once saw the armadillos Texas is famous for. Now there must be a large colony of them living up here. It's just mind boggling. John
sounds like a good place to make a documentary!
Very diverse! I only saw a fox run across the road on the way to work in the dark. Glad I did not hit him.
Yesterday was a little unusual. First thing I saw on the way to work was a large hawk carrying off a snake. (I thought it might be a little cool for snakes yet but I guess not.) Saw my first armadillo of the year. Sadly, he was killed alongside the road. On the way home I saw a wild turkey crossing the road and you usually only see turkeys in the early morning. Then at home there was a rabbit munching in the front yard. A very diverse day. John