Monthly Archives: June 2014
Baby Hawks are growing up. This juvenile hawk is hanging out in the front yard watching for squirrels and rabbits. The little hawks have been flying from tree to tree and even practicing swooping. All the time, of course, squeeing…. … Continue reading
When we came out of Walmart, Katydid was sitting on the back of the pick up bed, probably enjoying the view. After the 25 mile ride home, there was Katy still on the back of the pick up bed. Evidently … Continue reading
Even when Joanna was little and in the brooder, she would jump/fly up onto the water bottle to get closer for a chat with me. A little one on one time. She still likes to check in when I come … Continue reading
The Australorps are particularly crazy about watermelon on a hot day. The heat index for today pushed 1050 with the usual oppressive humidity. Sarah is wondering if I happen to have a little cilantro to go with the watermelon.
When clearing out another area of brush, Olde Dog’s Man found this mysterious treasure. Not sure exactly what they are or what they were used for. In the country, when something isn’t needed any more, it’s put in the woods … Continue reading
Our dining room’s relaxing view of the bird feeder has changed. For the next 3 or so months, our mealtime entertainment will be watching the progress of demolition and building. I suspect construction discussion will become our newest topic of … Continue reading