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Laura Young

Bada bah! You here til Thursday?
Seriously, I stumbled on your blog when I was looking for a pic of a carpenter and I have to nab your meditating pic for a post. I'll take it down if you want, but it's perfect and I'll put in a nod for your blog here, too. I'm enjoying your posts so glad I meandered over here today. Here's where I put your pic if you want editorial input or to tell me never to show my face around here again. https://laurayoung.typepad.com/dragonslaying/2007/01/a_bitter_disapp.html
Be well! Live long and prosper and all that...
L

pedro

You're welcome to my pic and welcome to my blog. Feel free to pitch in with comments any time.
And being put next to Deanna Troy! What an honor!!

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Seen at low tide

  • American White Pelican
    Saw 30 in one flock on a weptember evening while fishing
  • Hummingbird
    Finally, my first hummingbirds. Saw them on a fire bush in Crystal Beach, FL. My rental's neighbor's yard is all xeriscaped, which is ugly to me but just fine with the little hummers. At first, I thought they were the biggest hornets I'd ever seen.
  • Flamingo!
    One of these dudes flew right over my house. I couldn't believe it. And please don't tell me it was a roseated spoonbill because it was a frickin' flamingo, dude! Huge and pink and right there above me. I was like so freaking out, you know?
  • Falcon!
    Don't see these guys too often. Wish we did. Bet the morning doves don't.
  • Black Skimmer
    These beauties are getting scarce, but one flew by yesterday at low tide on the hunt for minnows.
  • Dead sea turtle
    cool, but smelly
  • Reddish Egret
    These have been hanging out around the pool quite a bit lately. Must be a new group of adolesent birds -- the youngsters like to hunt where the water is clear, and it takes them a day to figure out there are not now and never will be fish in the swimming pool no matter how clear the water.
  • Sand Piper
  • Brown Pelican
    I saw a flock of about 200 of these at Disappearing Island yesterday, just south of Anclote Island on the west coast of FL. Good to see such a large flock.
  • Wood Pecker
    They've developed a sudden interest in the orange tree, which just went into bloom.
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