Hello readers – today’s “Two for Tuesday” post has some photographs from June 2018 road trips.
Next, we have two signs from a rest area.
How nice to have this pollinator initiative and then a sign to remind us to dispose of items and that “our actions matter.”
Last night, I saw about a dozen deer on the way home.
They were in areas I know to slow down. In fact, I can still hear my son reminding me “slow down momma, might be deer.”
And even if I was already going slow, we’d go even slower….
But what can you do if deer run out on a major highway?
We had a local accident in our area – where a lady hit a deer and then two people stopped to help her – and they were all killed by another driver who was caught off guard. So sad.
And that reminded me of these deer-alert whistles I used to use in the early 1990s – I think they worked because I never had an issue with deer (and I took a lot of road trips back in those days because we had moved) – and well – maybe I should get some more of these whistles….
Haver you ever hit a deer? Have you ever seen deer whistles or items like this? Dop you have any two for Tuesday images to share?
Well that is all for my TWOSDAY post – thanks for visiting.
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