Earlier today in my Mondays post I just had to share my latest instagram obsession with you in the form of Juniper, a lively red fox who lives with his human owner and several dogs. I have always enjoy fox...such beautiful and rascally creatures. It wasn't till I moved to Bucks Country that I first got close to them. Two summer ago while sitting out late one night enjoying the heat and a libation, a fox came almost right up to me and just sat.....inches from me. We just sat and stared at each other for minutes. Finally the fox moved along....and it is a moment I still treasure. But years ago when I was with the ex, did we have our first encounter. In the middle of the night, I woke the Boy Toy up and asked if he heard a woman screaming? After a couple minutes he too heard it. We both were terrified. It sounded as though a woman was being beaten or worst...murdered. We called the police department and explained in a near by condo someone was screaming for help. Minutes later, a cop came to our door, ask about the screaming, and he left, to walk the units to find who was in trouble. We started to hear the screams again. Louder. After what seemed forever, the officer came back to the door laughing and asked how long we lived here. Just moved in three months ago we told him. He explained it was fox....and admitted they do sound terrifying at night and completely understood. We all laughed. But it took a awhile to get used to hearing that. Just Saturday night when I was out in the snow taking pictures I could hear the fox calling, but now it calms me to know their out there. So this video is for our dear Dutchess Deedles,as I have deemed her, who had her own encounter with peacock screams, which I too have near me....but this is even worst if your not used to it.