When we visited daughter Sarah and her Andy in Minneapolis over the Fourth, we drove up to Mille Lacs Lake (The Walleye Capitol of the World!)
After stopping at Father Henepin State Park and walking down to the Lake, we headed back to the highway -- only to be surprised by this:
An Albino Deer -- and there were not one but . . .
The pictures are a bit blurry but I was so excited hoping that I could get at least one picture of the deer.
Deer are beautiful animals and we have lots of deer on the prairie. And some of the biggest deer in the country can be found in our part of Kansas.
But I've never seen a white deer before and to see two -- THAT was exciting!
I've since learned that there is an albino deer herd at Father Henepin State Park. Protected they are which may be why we could stop the car and snap pictures without their running away as deer usually do.
I felt that they almost expected us to feed them!
Seeing these rare and unusual deer was certainly a highlight of our trip to Minnesota.
Please join friend Susan at A Southern Daydreamer to see what else everybody has been doing outside this Wednesday.