Once again, she appeared to be sleeping. Once again, she was gone a short while later.
Suffice to say I'm not curious enough to set up a stakeout. Mounting a wildlife camera, however, I wouldn't hate. Either way, it provides something to ponder these days.
In the meantime, as I've been keeping myself informed on informative things during safer-at-home, I came across this educational graphic:
So far, I've lived in three U.S. states: Colorado, New York, and Utah, with the longest time in Colorado. Yes, oh Yes, I've had a NY (aptly named) Garbage Plate. And one cannot attend a potluck in Utah without encountering Jell-O salad - always green, from my surveillance.
Rocky Mountain Oysters, however, I've never had. For those who don't know, Rocky Mountain Oysters are not seafood. They're bull calf testicles. Most bulls become steers at a young age, so these are the leftovers. Shame to just throw them away!
In scanning this map, there are plenty of things I've never tried and many I'm not even sure what they are. Maybe I'll put Rocky Mountain Oysters on my bucket list.
What are you eating?