Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Day 334 - 29th November 2016 - Hydrangeas, Rose Hips and a Downy Woodpecker

A very frosty morning out there although the sky is clear with stars. It's the first day of the Lobster season here, wishing luck and safety to all those out on the water this morning.  Yesterday didn't go quite as plan, had Larry home with the "man cold", he's feeling mostly better today and will be back to work. I sent him back upstairs to bed where he spent most of the day but didn't think it was wise to crank up the tunes and make as much noise as I could. However, I did managed to cover a chair, cleanup the new bathroom and a few other relative "quiet" chores around the house. Lexi and I roamed a little when I could drag her away from the sick bed. Pretty quiet out there most days - can hear Nuthatches and Woodpeckers in the trees. The feeders were fairly busy with Mourning Doves, Blue Jays, Goldfinches, Chickadees and the odd White Breasted Nuthatch and Red Breasted Nuthatch. Have a meeting in town this afternoon, so will try to get as much done as I can before heading into for that.

Hydrangeas hold their shape but look almost like brown paper in the fall.

Rose hips.

Downy Woodpecker

Enjoy your day!

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