Happy Halloween! This photo was taken in 1967. Could you tell by the groovy curtains? My Mum loves green and I remember the pattern on these curtains was a mix of various shades of green and blue.
The sunrise this morning was lovely. This was at 7:30ish. It will certainly look different at this time tomorrow as the clocks fall back tonight.
One of our neighbours Halloween display. He goes all out every year and try's to top the previous year.
We have been doing alot of this kind of work this week. The storm on Wednesday and Thursday brought down most of the leaves.
I took these photos over the last few days. We have noticed so many Robins stayed around this year. Can you spot three of them in the tree?
This was taken the first day of the storm. Lots and lots (2 inches) of rain the first day and tremendous wind the second.
Poor soaked goldfinch in the Birch tree. The goldfinches and juncoes were the only birds to come to the feeders for the two days of the storm. It was remarkable to watch them battle the wind and rain to be able to eat. What do they weigh? Maybe a few ounces?
The woodpecker had a great time shredding the bark.
I took this on Thursday morning. You can see the wind has whipped most of the leaves off of the trees.
Friday the sun came out and everybody was visiting the feeders.
This is Bald Bluejay as I recognize his funny squeaky call.
Chippy with his cheeks full. He was zipping around so fast it was hard to get a photo of him.
Blurry I know, but I wanted to share it with you. So cute!
I hope everyone had a good week. We have just been catching up with chores around the house and RAKING LEAVES!