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Location : Point Reyes National Seashore – a 71,028-acre park preserve on the Point Reyes Peninsula in Marin County, California, USA
Taken : 29th May 2013
Camera : Canon Power Shot SD300 – Digital ELPH
Also on Point Reyes – May 2013
Here is the via Flickr. It may be easier to see here.
This weekend is Memorial Day here in the USA. I honestly do not know about other countries. I assume there is a day in the calendar in just about every country that honors the men and woman (and sometimes animals) that have served on behalf of their country. Continue reading
So I have gone out to a really awesome place to get rocks for my deck. I have shopped for rocks to use in my fountain, and possibly other things, now for a while. I couldn’t get anything less than a 40 pound bag. And all of those were $20 -$30. It just seemed too expensive, and too much. Continue reading
So it is the 15th, and that means it is Bloom Day. This is a new thing for me. I only just learned about Bloom Day, well today. After looking around and seeing a number of garden bloggers are participating, I decided this could be fun for me as well. Continue reading
If you have not been following, I have an inexpensive web camera positioned to film my bird bath on the deck.
I reviewed the footage for today, and found that the bird I believe to be a male house finch feeding another. I have thought that the 2 finches visiting were a mated pair. And that may be true, but today it seems a fledged young bird was getting his dinner at the bird bath.
I hope you enjoy the footage.
finch feeding 5-11-13