I took them, but I still think they are cool.
I also have a bunch of videos taken at the Ag.
This is my dining room, today. Do you see it? One of the
volunteer tomato plants from last summer is blooming!
In fact, I am going to support it this afternoon.
I can't believe it!
The geranium is blooming, too.
49 days or so from spring, I think.
Hope this is the sweet one from last summer, I can't remember.
Two days ago, I had to run something to Leavenworth, and took the dogs.
We stopped here on the way back, it was 60 degrees.
This trail is hidden behind St. Francis de Sales church in Lansing,
Kansas.... it happened to be the feast day of St. Francis when we walked.
It was good to visit the creek again.
Though a little hot on the pavement.
We are standing on the bridge here.
Even though we have not had a lot of snow this summer, the creek is flowing well.
Turn the sound up so you can hear the water falling.
Elk cows, on our way home from the park the next day.
She and the bunny are not afraid of the camera any more.
I often see her going back and forth.
And the other little creatures.
Still seeing lots of geese on all the farm ponds.
Look at the buds swelling on the Bartlett pear!
Okay, I love just about any bird.
The night of the 31st. The next video actually showed two more does coming from the west side of the pond.
There is our friend again.
I have no clue why, but my camera has a rose cast to the pictures during the day, I have never had that
happen with a Moultrie before.
I wrote them, they told me to ship it to them.
Haven't done it yet. Probably will.
I have started spring house cleaning early, and I am in "getting rid of " and "donating" mode... I'm thinking lots of things are going to start moving out of here soon!
Hope you enjoyed the pictures!