Posted on: October 30, 2015 | Written By: Doug Oster |
While walking on a narrow path to open up the chickens one morning an acorn nailed me right on the head.
Living in an oak forest has its drawbacks, this is the year of the acorn. Some seasons the tree produces lots of their seeds.
Folklore tells us that lots of acorns means a long winter, but in reality it’s about the spring weather. There are other factors, but one thing for sure, the wildlife will be happy. Deer love acorns and everyone knows the squirrels will hide them everywhere.
Take a close at the acorns and you can see their beauty and how different they are.
When an acorn drops from the top of a tall oak it makes quite an impact, whether it’s on the roof or my bald head.