I will have you to know that I protested my exile from the CB, profusely. Quite profusely.
Every chance I got. I told that human exactly what I thought of her.
Maybe that had something to do with it.
I don't know.
You don't think I took it too far do you?
Here's some of the other stuff that I didn't get to share with you-
Mr. Siskin came to visit for a spell. And was very kind to pose for a photo.
A couple of young Go-Finches stopped by to chat; they were really noisy.
HGL was in fevver hevven.
The humans went to the medieval faire and lookit what they saw,
a real live wolfie. Humom said he was really nice and well behaved even though there was like a bazillion people and their woofies there. The pic is from last year 'cause they didn't get to go this year on account of how busy they were with all the new puppies we had. I'll have my assistant sort all of those photos and post them later on.
The irises were pretty.
They were even better this year, but Humom was too busy to take a picture; her MIL loves to see pics of the flowers. Their spot in the flower bed is very well protected from the weather and the irises think it is spring all the time. They look like they could jump into action at the least bit of warm weather. I'll show you them soon; along with our new birdbath.
Now, we'll jump to fall.
Summer was all about the yappers.
I bet that little lizard would be fun to chase.You can fnd these little guys on the Comanche National Grasslands. Humom goes there a couple of times a year. She also tries to fit in a trip to her ancestral homelands. They've been to Palo Duro Canyon in the past and they went to Caprock Canyon last year. Next is a trip to the Alibates Flint Quarry.
Even though it was November it was about 75 degrees that day.
Can you believe how blue the sky is there?
It's true what they say about those west Texas skies.