mule deer. They come right up to the RVs, and we've heard they will eat our flowers, so the three of us who have outside plants bring them in every night. A couple nights ago I almost decided not to, and the I thought if they got eaten after we've hauled them in and out for a month, I'd really be mad...so we hauled them in; the plants, not the deer!
Pigs, Deer and Cat(walks) April 22nd 2011 (SW Bible Camp)
We have a herd of mule deer that feed on the dry brown grass we’re parked on; we’ve seen as many as 13 at a time. Rumor has it that they’ll eat your plants if you leave them outside, so we’re dragging two large plants indoors every night! Three of us have large geraniums, and we’re always trying to talk someone (else) into leaving theirs outside to see if the deer wi ... read more
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We retired the end of 2006, and started traveling the country, working with RVICS~~Roving Volunteers in Christ's Service. (Pronounced R-VICS.) We live and travel in our motor home, and work at Christian camps, schools and conference centers accross the country. RVICS isn't affiliated with one denomination; rather, it's a Christ faith based ministry. We don't travel as a group, but whoever is assigned to a particular project meets up on the beginning date. We're on each project about four weeks.
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