Three weeks ago Wanda got a terrible headache and problems with her hind legs....from the beginning it was obvious that something seriously was wrong in her brains. Thanks to the vet and strong medicine she recovered for almost two weeks
Unfortunately after two weeks the symptoms on her legs returned and after some terrible epileptic seizures it was time to let her go. Last Wednesday she crossed the rainbow bridge.
I miss her a lot and our walks in the forest, our encounters with deers and other animals, searching mushrooms with her, searching caterpillars of the swallowtail with her....she always accompanied me and with her I felt safe. RIP my dear Wanda.
This morning started in an unknown area to search for the Queen of Spain Fritillary, with its large pearly spots it's one of the most beautiful European butterflies. I must admit that I thought that it would be much easier to find this species than it was. Finally, long after sunrise, we (I was 'en route' with Gerard and Frank) found five resting fritillaries which were well hidden in the shrubs.
Although we had to search long, it was a wonderful morning! After the last part of the field was lit by the sun, we returned to the parking area for a cup of coffee and home made 'Kuchen'.
Jibt dir dit Leben mal een Buff, denn weene keene Träne. Lach Dir'n Ast und setz Dir druff und baumle mit de Beene.