A queue of love in Pataskala

I first saw Sandy last November. She was out for a walk with her family. Her graceful walk and graceful appearance definitely drew attention. She was very shy and somewhat shy, and she only occasionally dropped by on her schedule. She usually came with her sister who I called Bambi.

I’m sure you’ve found out that Sandy is a beautiful sand colored doe. She stops by my fence every other day to eat what I call salt and salad. She licks the salt block for a few minutes and then nibbles on the smorgasbord of leaves in the woods surrounding our fence area. Sandy is always a lady who gives her sister some time to enjoy the salt block while she gets busy eating leaves. I patiently await her arrival at night, usually an hour before sunset.