The stresses of bathroom remodeling and personal access to H2O were getting to me, so what better way to make my peace with the element than to visit a watery refuge that doesn’t depend on plumbing…
… because, next photo, here they are, fleeing. Still, they splash the H2O around nicely.
The official beginning of migration season is coming up on October 15, so I got to Squaw Creek a little early.
Now, it’s time to get back home and splash in my own new tub. Well, maybe not quite time, as you can see, this bath still needs some finishing. The counter-top will be ready in a couple of days, after that it’s get the sinks installed, the walls painted, and the rest of the cleaning up done.
I’m just posting this “during” remodel photo in a blatant bid for sympathy… so how about it, are you sympathetic yet?
More on Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge: “The refuge includes 7,440 acres of wetlands, grasslands, and forests along the eastern edge of the Missouri River floodplain.”
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