Saturday, June 10, 2017

This Week's Critters

While meandering through a cemetery (as I often do) 
searching for ancestors,
I spied this little mite visiting Ms. Abigail Ruby.

Earlier in the week this Catbird 
was singing its heart out by the lake

This iridescent Swallow was 
'sittin on the dock of the bay'
keeping his eyes open for fish.

Some of you saw this little one earlier in the week
but it's just so darn cute.
The RG dubbed it 'Professor Irwin Corey'
Anyone remember him? The professor that is.

Bailey, our granddog came to visit.
Lucy was not impressed with her hyperactive nature ;)


Friday, June 9, 2017

Inside and Out . . .

Here and There

A Room With a View

Nature's Grouting

Female Red-Winged Blackbird

 Corner Collection

Coral Bell - Pretty in Pink

Friday, June 2, 2017

It's Friday . . .

atMuldoon---where it's always Willy Nilly


Nature's Interior Decorating

Tiny Beauty

Our Southwest Corner
(which is actually on the northeast)

'Hank Heron' 

Contemplating a Dip or a Drip

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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Spring Training

for Red Winged Blackbirds

Left behind
while everyone else is out
learning the ropes.

Hanging on for dear life
Still a little wobbly

Spied the princess
who was all about posing


 Gotta love the 'doo'


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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Yes Virginia . . .

These two wildflowers were a familiar sight along the path through the woods to our one room schoolhouse.

Pennsylvania's official Wildflower
Trillium

And the May apple

May apple blossoms and apples that follow
hide below their own 'umbrella' of leaves.

Yes Virginia, a mile and half though the woods
everyday rain or shine.
One teacher and six grades.
(seems like a lifetime ago. Oh wait, it was)

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