Welcome to July

Once again, I’m going to skip the blog post and just publish the photos. I hope you enjoy.


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  1. Hi Dan – all fun to see around your area – birds and all … beautiful rhododenrons … and of course the home critters – enjoy the rest of the week – oh yes it’s Independence Day isn’t it … cheers Hilary

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  2. The first pic of the Blue Heron is spectacular! Daffy looks like a doofus! I had a Cactus Rose for years. It was gorgeous, as is the one you photographed.

    Always makes my day to see Maddie and MiMi, (and MuMu when she’s agreeable to having her pic taken.)

    Hope this is the start of a great week for you.

    Happy Birthday to all your Canadian readers! 🇨🇦
    🐾Ginger 🐾

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    1. Thanks so much Ginger. Daddy was having a wardrobe malfunction. Done feather wouldn’t behave. He reminded me of MiMi.

      MuMu has not be agreeable. She summons me to brush her but she stays in the dark and moves around a lot.

      Maddie has really made the “deck” her special place.

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  3. This was the wild life addition today … and yes, I was talking about MiMi 😆

    The picture of the yoga duck is my favourite! Great shot, Dan, … and oh yes, the heron in flight! That is an amazing photo!

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  4. Coming by way of Judy at New England Garden and Thread. Your photos are wonderful — except for the rabbit. His cousins are all over the place here, eating anything that holds still. The colors in the water in the first two photos are another matter — glorious!

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    1. Thank you and thanks for stopping over. Sorry it isn’t one of those D-I-Y posts (there are plenty out here).

      We love the bunnies, but this one did eat my wife’s parsley. She bought more, but has them totally fenced in.

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    1. Thanks Yvonne. I don’t think the bunnies are living with us this year, but the are visiting regularly. They’ve done a little damage in my wife’s garden, but she replanted the stuff they like behind a better fence.

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