Today, Carleton and I went on a walk at a nature preserve. It was very pleasant and brisk, and we had some interesting finds, one being a nest of reptile eggs, likely turtle eggs (I only make this assumption because the nest was on the bank of a pond, I know nothing of New England turtle species to make a guess of what kind).
I at first plucked up what I thought to be a small, deflated ball, only to realize that it was actually the leathery egg of some reptile. We soon found more half-buried beneath the sand where the first one lay on the surface. Now, it's awfully close to first frost, and I don't know enough about the nesting habits of turtles to say if the eggs were still kickin or if they were drowned in the recent rains or what. Nonetheless, it was still an exciting find, and we recovered the eggs that were poking out and went on our way.
We also found several lively frogs, a woodpecker, a few finches, and a dragonfly that let me hold it as if to say "Look at this pose! Aren't you sad you didn't bring your camera? HAHAHAHAHA!!"
This week is tech for Guys and Dolls, so I will be absent and chained to the theater. Have a good week, all!