Back at our winter park, Estes RV Resort, in Rockport, TX, we would be entertained, almost daily, by a twauk, twauk, twauk sound coming from the trees outside. We first thought it to be some kind of a bird but, unlearned as we are in birding, we finally decided it was a tree frog singing to us from one of our overhead Live Oaks.
We left there on Sunday, April 1st. Imagine my surprise when, on Monday, April 2nd, I heard twauk, twauk, twauk coming from our kitchen slide area…and there are no trees within throwing distance of us! That sound has continued for the 2 weeks we’ve been here. It’s coming from outside, thank goodness, but it moves from kitchen window to behind the sofa area to front door area. This creature sings to us every morning and every evening. Sometimes at noon too :)
We’ve searched and searched and can’t find him. Any suggestions for detection and/or capture would be greatly appreciated! He’s not unwelcomed, but it is kinda creepy :)
Today is our last day at Potter’s Creek COE here at Canyon Lake TX. We have outlived our 14 day maximum and must leave in the morning. The wind has been blowing and blowing and blowing the last 2 days and we hope it stops before we need to be out of here tomorrow. There have been many storms through the mid-section of the country and this wind is part of that system. We’ve never left a campground when the weather was bad or threatening. No reason to take the chance when we didn’t have to be in a hurry. We feel the same about tomorrow, but the COE has a 14 day limit and we’ve hit that limit. I wonder if they have exceptions for weather conditions? If it’s bad in the morning, I guess we’ll find out
Until then, thanks for stopping by.