Woods Country Cove

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Some Of This & That

 

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      Above are the Tundra Swans flying over . The Canadian Geese have been on their Spring flight path as well landing in the fields and river where they like to nest.

           The weather has been glorious . This morning was foggy but the sun took care of that ,  sunny and temps hitting highs of 14C or 58F .

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                                                                      Fungi popping up everywhere !

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                                                                                       Grackles are back .

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                  As are our  Morning Doves , Robins and I heard and saw the Killdeer and Red Wing Black birds already down in the march at the end of our road  .

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                                           Miggs and I have been enjoying long walks and playing in the yard .

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                                                Then  rest time and watch the yard  and enjoy the weather .

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                              Well that's all for now  . Hope you are enjoying the outdoors in nice Spring like weather like we are .

                                                                                             Until next time .

                                                                                      Country Gal

8 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Hello, cute shots of your Miggs! Enjoy your day and the week ahead!

Deb said...

Not quite like your weather but getting there. Nice at +12 right now. The snow is melting...hooray!It's so fun to start seeing birds back that were absent all winter. I saw a robin today. Our mourning doves stayed all winter. And the birds are singing their heads off today. "Hi Miggs"

William Kendall said...

Miggs is such a willing photo subject!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Your Miggs is enjoying himself. It doesn't look like spring here yet. We have a lot of snow on the ground but it's good insulation for the house. You must get a much earlier spring than we do because we won't see geese until the end of March and for sure not until April. I am anxious for it to come though but we will have a lot more of winter here yet. Your photos are wonderful! Have a lovely rest of the week.

Blessings,
Sandi

Anvilcloud said...

Miggs is having a ball ... so to speak. :)

The Furry Gnome said...

Red Wings, Grackles and Swans already! The seasons are off a bit!

Linda said...

Can't wait to open the cottage!
Cheers!
Linda :o)

September Violets said...

I've never seen tundra swans, but my sister in Woodstock has seen a field turn white when they descend. Enjoy the spring weather, despite the rain ;)
Wendy