The tree where Ozzie and Harriet, the bald eagles, call home is actually located within a horse paddock in North Ft. Myers. At any given time, you can see 2 to 24 horses standing around grazing. Usually, they don't exhibit too much energy and just meander from one spot to another. Well, last night was a different story. With the mercury dipping below 60, the chilly air must have made the horses frisky, because they were running around. Half a dozen were galloping around the paddock chasing each other. Dirt was flying! Then they headed straight for me. I was tucked safely on the other side of the fence, but -- wow -- to see these large, speedy animals racing right at you is something else. They turned at the last second, hugged the fence line, and continued roaring around the pasture. While I was still in awe of that unexpected show, Ozzie suddenly soared onto the scene and tucked into the nest. What a fun evening! I'll catch you up on Ozzie and Harriet and the live camera feed soon.