We had a visitor today, well actually he has been visiting over several days, usually around 3.30 pm and marking his territory.
He is a little gregarious, trotting right up to our front door last week. We are close to a township park with a creek and woods, so he trots up through our neighbor's yard, they have a contemporary home that is cantilevered out over the hillside, He trots up their stairs and across the road and up our driveway.
Today, he simply trotted around the house and then sat down in the yard for a good scratch.
Then he resumed his wanderings smelling something as he went, and following that scent trail, marking trees as he went.
Mean while as both our cats, Max and Sam are outdoor cats, with very sharp claws I wonder what our visitor would make of them. We did not find out as they were resting on our bed. But Sam likes to be out at night, as hard as we try to get him in, we are not always successful.
Just because you live in the suburbs doesnot mean you miss out on the wildlife. Last year we had a bear that went through our yard, we did not see him, we just found the evidence later and heard about a young black bear who was in the area. He was later tranquilized and returned to a more rural area.
If you like flora and fauna, then Tredyffrin Easttown is a great place to live. We can help you find the right home, so contact Nick Vandekar, Tredyffrin Easttown Realtor of Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc. today, Nick@VandekarTeam.com, office 610-225-7400, cell or text 610-203-4543. And if you are thinking of selling your Tredyffrin Easttown home we are looking for new listings to market, so call us today.
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