Sunday, February 10, 2019

A QUIET SUNDAY UNDER CLEAR BLUE SKIES

Woke up feeling on the darker side of my age this morning so I'll just leave you with a few photos and call it a day...…
SAND HILL CRANES



CORN IS PLANTED AT THE REFUGE FOR THE EXPRESS PURPOSE OF FEEDING THE BIRDS





SAND HILL CRANE



SCROUNGING IN A CORNFIELD

SAND HILL CRANES MUNCHING ON THE FARMER'S ALF ALFA

WHITE SNOW GEESE


KELLY HOPS OUT OF THE JEEP TO GET A SMART PHONE PHOTO OF THE WHITE SNOW GEESE




GROANER'S CORNER:((  A woman came to her doctor in a panic. "Doctor, all day long my daughter eats yeast and car wax, and won't get out of bed! What will happen to her?" "Don't worry," said the Doctor, "eventually she will rise and shine." 
-----------------After his marriage broke up, my manager became very philosophical. "I guess it was in our genes," he sighed."What do you mean?" I asked."Her sign is the one for earth. Mine is the one for water. Together we made mud."

Old man to young boy: Can you come closer? I'm a little deaf and can't hear what you're saying from over there. Boy: I'm not talking to you -- I'm chewing gum!


Waiter! Bring me a crocodile sandwich . . . and make it snappy!
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7 comments:

  1. Loved your crane pictures Al. Hope tomorrow is a better day for you. Gord.

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  2. It was a quiet Sunday and time to relax and reflect, Love all your pictures.

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  3. Love your blog, Al. I look forward to reading it everyday. Very talented.

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  4. Really enjoying all the birds in your posts!!

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  5. Wonderful photos. Those sand hill cranes can be noisy at times. Enjoy!!

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  6. Loved the photos of the birds. Wish we would see more of them here.

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  7. The corn is for fattening up the Canada geese, snow geese, ducks, coots, gallinules, Gambel's quail, mourning and white-winged doves for hunters (shotgun).

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