Toby, and the rest of Ohio Home Team, are big fans of watching History, TruTV, and other “real-world” documentary shows on televion. And combining that with the nightly news on Columbus’s Channel 10 it would seem that man can’t get along and coexist.
But then, during the beautiful weather of last week, Toby got out and enjoyed the weather with his camera. At the Alum Creek Visitor’s Center he found this proof we can coincide.
Only stop apart from each other a deer, track is lower left, and human, track upper middle, are frozen in time at Alum Creek State Park's Visitor Center in Lewis Center, Ohio.
The mud had solidified under a Honey Locust tree and left a very telling tale that two species had recently passed through this area heading in the same direction. A “teenage” child, assuming based on the footprint size, and a large Whitetail Deer had headed west from the lake area towards the woods that surrounds the Visitor’s Center and the rest of the park.
We need to remember that when we are in nature. Life is simple, enjoy it. Have fun and treat those around you as if they were the most important reason in the world for you to live.
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