Happy New Week all - our clocks go back tonight (at least here in California).
Thanks, Annette. I hope your air isn't too awful to breathe.
OG: I will be thinking of you and your family.
Have a good week all.
Diane: Air is better today thank you. How's the weather at your end of the country? We had a hawk drinking from our fountain for about 5 minutes yesterday. It was being hassled by two very unhappy crows but was basically unfazed by them.. I was on my way out the patio door to the garage, stopped in my tracks but had a bunch of stuff in my left hand so wasn't able to get a good photo. :-(
In reply to Annette in SoCal:
Annette: Cold here. Forecasters are warning us to expect a much colder than normal November. Sigh... Wonderful that you saw the hawk. Is that a Cooper's Hawk, or am I remembering incorrectly? Sorry you couldn't get a photo. The crows know better than to hassle R.T. Hawk on my patch. He will eat them. He likes to eat crows and snakes. My area ended up getting a lot of ice accumulation on Halloween, and all of the birds have been fussing about the turn in the weather. Glad your air is better, Annette.Hi to everyone.
Good Morning. Thanks to Annette for starting us off again. Cold here this morning. We're going to treat ourselves to lunch out, then tidy up and pack up, ready to leave for home tomorrow. Very quiet here on our caravan park: a few souls here when we arrived, but some have gone home already. Things definitely winding down.
Thinking of OG and family. Safe journey.
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