There's a nearby village that seems to attract an abnormally
high number of vultures. We usually see them roosting
high in the trees or soaring overhead. Today they were camped
on the ground in a larger-than-normal massive group.
(Photos are fairly cropped.)
These are the black headed vultures - slightly more attractive
than the red headed turkey vultures. They do have their
saving graces - as do all of God's creatures.
Their wings are very large and make an impressive sound when they
take flight. They are pretty quiet (they have no voice box).
We also appreciate our clean roads ('nuf said).
While the black on the red canoes makes a neat contrast -
I sorta pity the canoe owners. Good thing the canoes are upside down!
The local village? Our dear Mount Gretna, PA - home of our summer cottage.
Today was turn-on-the-water and put-stuff-back-out-on-the-porch day.
Soon we can head over for weekends. Spring IS coming!