I became particularly intrigued by a particular Spider's Web. As I coasted down the road toward the lake, which I often coast when I can to increase my chance(s) of seeing an animal, as I coasted down I seen a Spider's Web across the trail. Keep in mind, this is more of a car wide road, off pavement, than a trail.
The Spider had completely, somehow, crossed the wide dirt road and made a perfect Web in the middle of the air above the middle of the road. I though about how it done it, and could only conclude it walked back and forth across the road to build the few strands of Web to secure the beautiful Web it had weaved in the middle, somewhat high above. My other thought was some Spiders will drift in the wind, often with a tether of Web securing them to their original drifting place. Either way, it had made a marvelous Web high above the dirt road/trail.
I majored in Physics and Secondary Science Education at West Virginia Tech Obtained a Biological Sciences 9-12 certification at West Virginia University Earned a Masters at Marshall University + 30