Woods Country Cove

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Monday, October 29, 2012

Feeling Like A Duck

 

The rains have been here since last Friday and it is only gona get worse when this storm Sandy decides to hit South western Ontario .

I braved the cold rain to make sure my birdies had food and Papa took some photos whilst Miggy who loves the rain  and I were out there   .

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Miggy didn’t want to look at Papa taking the photo cause the wind was blowing the rain in her eyes !

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Opening my potting shed to get the birdies food . Yup I’m a shorty ! I was getting dripped on from the roof in my face !

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I needed my step stool to take down one of the suet feeders from the tree as it was empty and I didn't have a refill for it ! I figured they have 9 other feeders of seed so they should be ok !

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At this point Miggy was already at the door and I was cold and yet Papa kept taking photos even when I thought he had stopped  nope he snuck in a bunch , with my rubber boots and yellow rain gear I felt like a duck !              

                                                                         Quack , Quack !!

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                                                                        Stay safe and warm !

Since all this rain and YUCKY weather I have been learning a program I use for my photos called Light room .  If you would like to see my photos I have done click here to our  Photography blog  !

                                               http://kandewoodphotography.blogspot.ca/           

                                                      

                                                                  Country Gal

12 comments:

Buttons said...

Quack Quack I love that. There appears to be more to come. Be safe and stay warm. B

Faye Henry said...

I so love ducks:-) grin...
Blessings..

Muffy's Marks said...

Stay dry, and stay safe. Prayers out to all living in the hurricane's path!

DeniseinVA said...

Those are great rainy day photos. Love your raincoat. I need one of those right now :) Sandy's heading our way so I don't know how much longer I am going to be on line, but I sure am not going anywhere right now. You all stay safe and warm too :)

Teresa@oursoutherncountryhomeandfarm said...

Just popping by to say stay safe, warm and dry.

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams said...

It certainly is duck weather...wow how wet. But the birds will appreciate the extra food from you.

Stay dry.

Jen

Patsy said...

Stay cozy and warm now with a good book.

Jane and Chris said...

Feel free to come swim on our pond!
Jane x

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Hi Elaine, we have yellow raincoats too, but we are staying indoors as Sandy is pounding outside with over 6.5 inches of rain since Sunday afternoon and gusting winds with more to come. And we are staying indoors safe and sound with thankfully no high water near us, aside from the usual backyard flooding where the cars are parked. Thankfully, we still have power and have contacted family and friends in other east coast states to make sure they are safe. Great photo of papa and Miggy!

Vintage Gal said...

Stay safe ~ it's really blustery here in Harrow, Ontario. Sandy has hit with winds upwards of 90 km. Cold, damp and rainy for the next couple of days.
Sounds like a good reason to have a cup of hot chocolate ;-)

Teacup Mosaics said...

You make a very cute duck! I peeked in on your photography blog, all the pictures are simply beautiful.
Try to stay dry:)
Kelley

Eggs In My Pocket said...

Splish splash! Looks like you know how to have fun! Hope Sandy is not too bad on you! Stay safe!