October 29, 2010
A fall barn
October 28, 2010
Evidently some outhouses didn't stand up to the wind.
The joys of country living
October 27, 2010
If your dog sticks out the roof of your car
I think he's a mastiff and his head was sticking our of the moon roof (dog roof?).
He was sitting down when I took this photo.
October 26, 2010
A late hummer
This is the latest we have noticed hummers at our feederes.
We leave one feeder up until November for just this reason.
They better get a move on, it's less than 2 months to Christmas.
He is scratching his ear or using a really small cell phone
October 22, 2010
Some people like to walk their dog...
An interesting way to get a small boat a short distance.
October 21, 2010
The houses come down
The setting in a farm garden at the roadside caught my eye.
October 20, 2010
I love you, warts and all.
October 19, 2010
Don't hate me because I am beautiful.
Cute as a button? English is an odd language.
October 18, 2010
He flew into one of our windows and sat on our deck for about ten minutes.
We kept a close eye on him while he recuperated.
He flew away evidently with no permanent damage.
October 15, 2010
Can you spare a kiss?
I'm clean and dry and warts aren't contagious.
Anybody? A kiss? Hello.... anyone out there?
October 14, 2010
There were thousands of ducks on Rondeau Bay yesterday. We also saw a peregrine falcon, egrets, various shore birds and two sora rails.
October 13, 2010
Does this tail make me look fat?
October 12, 2010
You have to stop and smell the flowers
we brought the hibiscus in for the winter and the cats decided it was a tree to climb and something new to eat.
October 08, 2010
Out of the way buddy.
You use an over head mobile, motorized lift.
The tires are the same as the ones used on 747 airplanes. Each wheel has its own motor.
Not fast but it sure gets the job done.
October 07, 2010
When perpetual motion stops.
When he finally runs out of energy he crashes in the nearest chair.
October 06, 2010
Yellow Bellied Sapsucker
They hammer holes into the bark of trees to get the sap running. They return to collect the sap and any insects that have been caught in the sap.