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Monday, February 17, 2020

From a summer garden....


Doesn't a cucumber, fresh from the garden sound good?  Or would you rather have a tomato/

BTW, our furnace is fixed an running!    Isn't it funny how something like that will happen on the worst day it could happen on?  But I wonder how long it would have taken us to notice it if it would have been in the 40's as it was today.

Sunday, February 16, 2020

Saturday, February 15, 2020

The color red....


This guy was willing to cooperate for a couple pics...taken Tuesday


The next photo is not that great, but just click and expand the view...or better yet, right click and open in a new tab....see how many cardinals you can count.


This is over across the street.  Keep in mind that I am not showing all of the tree.  Add to that, there is a big cottonwood over on that side of the street, and there were several up in it...I think I counted 9 males at one time.  The next photos are from the day the above was taken...Feb 7.

Edited to add:  I am not saying there were 9 males in this photo of the tree above ...just at one time I counted and there were 9 males.  They would swoop over here, stay for a few minutes, then swoop back over there.  Not all of them, but a lot of them.  And they would fly back.  Part of the time to that tree, and part of the some went up into the cottonwood.


I seldom see that many cardinals here at one time...


Now, how about a couple of the female...and then I will quit.


I did not see a single female get on the feeder while I was watching....


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