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Lunch at the Rose’s

Cherri Rose, in Solon Township, said her dog began to whine frantically at the window Saturday about noon, and when she looked out the window, she could see why: a doe and her fawn were dining in the yard.
Athough the window was closed, the doe clearly heard the dog, and is keeping a watchful eye as she and her fawn find something to munch on.
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One Response to “Lunch at the Rose’s”

  1. Dave says:

    Beautiful pictures. What are the tall reed like plants, (or cattails?) are they on the border of some water?




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