Wednesday, October 17, 2012

It's So Fuzzy!

Fuzzy Caterpillars - Woolly Bear Caterpillars - one in the same, they grow up to be Isabella Tiger Moth and we see them in the fall because they are looking for a warm place to hide for the winter.

I have seen a few already this year at Country Pleasures Farm. So, here's the question. According to The Old Farmer's Almanac: Is there any truth to predicting the winter by the Woolly Bear? It is stated that the wider the burnt sienna middle band on the caterpillar the milder the winter.

So, if you want to see a fuzzy caterpillar come on out to the farm this weekend and while you are here stop in and see the Fine Arts in the Valley Art Show. It's the last weekend, lots going on, the "A Cappella State of Mind" will be singing Saturday at 1:00. Lots of new art keeps showing up so even if you made it last weekend you might want to check out the show again just in case you missed something.

Fine Arts in the Valley at Country Pleasures Farm 6219 Harley Rd., Middletown, MD

Woolly Bear - looks like a mild winter

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