dining for one

August 13, 2020

We are under flood watch today…so my eyes will be trained to the sky. We had some pretty impressive storms yesterday evening, but I didn’t have to drain that much out of the pool. Which is a good thing! Of course, the storms around here are hit or miss. It has something to do with the mountain range we live on…a meteorologist would probably be able to tell you more. There have been pretty big storms in Middletown, only a few miles away, we can here the thunder and see lightning, but when it reaches the mountains, it breaks apart. You can literally stand out in the yard, and see/hear storms north, south, east, and west…but nothing here! It’s really weird!

so…anyway…should I call this Throwback Thursday? Didn’t plan on reposting this, but….you know how it goes.

Hope you enjoy!

originally posted May 2, 2020

I was just organizing the seed for the birds…

Eastern Gray Squirrel
taken March 12, 2020

This photo was taken with a Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT, through the bay window in the dining room, with a telephoto lens. Could be a better photo, but I think it works – all things considering?

I almost forgot!
Almost

I almost forgot
I had this photo
of a squirrel
eating for one!

Almost…
~ HCMorris ~

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hope you have a great day!
thanks for stopping by!!

Happy fact: Every year, hundreds of new trees are planted because squirrels forget where they bury their nuts.

Happy Fact:

Hundreds of trees are planted every year
by squirrels who misplace their nuts

take care
stay safe
much love

7 Comments on “dining for one

      • Haha! next it will be butterflies, and praying mantis’ and what ever else catches my eye!
        “it’s a squirrelly life for me
        no other creature do I see
        with nuts and berries all around
        the squirrels do abound”
        🙂

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