Tent caterpillars are beginning to emerge from their cocoon-like webbing. Once they do that they head for the nearest foliage, eat, then turn into moths for a little while, mate, lay eggs, and start all over again. Entomology is a stretch for me; sometimes the creepy crawly essence of insects is a bit much. But these guys were so nicely arranged I couldn’t resist. And most of them weren’t squirming.