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These twins can forage for themselves at this point in life, but they kept trying to nurse a few days ago. The doe rejected their attempts until both fawns came running up at the same time, and she couldn’t escape. It may have been frustrating for the doe, but it was pretty comical to see. The doe kept backing up while they nursed and she was finally able to break free. All three deer went back to eating acorns after that. The three photos below tell the story.
The second 2018 budget planning meeting is scheduled for tomorrow morning. BTCI members may attend and observe the process. Click here for a related earlier post.
This bank-owned property recently hit the market with an asking price of $145,600. Click here to link to the listing information.
The Tennessee Department of Tourist Development has installed special viewers, at different scenic areas in the state, that enable people with color blindness to see the brilliant fall foliage. Play the video below to see (and hear) the reactions of some of those seeing the colorful scenery in all its glory for the first time.
Click here for a list of properties (current as of yesterday) that are slated to be sold “before the Courthouse door” next Tuesday, including a number of Bent Tree lots. Tax sales are always “buyer beware”, but there are sometimes good deals to be had. At the June tax sale, someone bought a nice buildable acre lot in Bent Tree for just over $1400. Click here for a previous post that has more information about tax sales.
The annual Bent Tree Shutterbugs Exhibition will be held this Sunday (November 5) from 2:00-5:00 p.m. See the flyer below for more information.