|I THINK SQUIRRELY IS ENJOYING WINTER TOO MUCH|
|OUR FRONT YARD HAS BECOME QUITE A SQUIRREL HAVEN|
|'HEY MISTER WHAT'S WITH ALL THE SQUIRRELS IN THE YARD|
|BY GOLLY THERE'S LITTLE RED|
|WE HAD A VERY BUSY BIRD STATION FEEDER YESTERDAY AND TODAY|
|PULLING OUT OF THE PARK I SAW RIGHT AWAY THE ROAD HADN'T BEEN PLOWED|
|BAYFIELD RIVER IS BEGINNING TO RE-FREEZE|
|ONLY STORE OPEN IN BAYFIELD WAS THE COFFEE SHOP|
|MAKING TRACKS AROUND THE CEMETERY ROADS|
|HEADING HOME IT WAS STILL A BIT SNOWY AND BLOWY|
|I'M THINKING THIS MIGHT BE A TUFTED TITMOUSE|
|DARK EYED JUNCO|
|DID YOU SEE THE BIG TIGER FACE IN THE FEATHERS....WOULD NOT THIS FACE SCARE THE HOLY BEJEEBERS OUT OF A CAT SNEAKING UP BEHIND|
|THERE WERE MORE DOG WALKERS OUT THIS MORNING THAN VEHICLES ON THE ROAD|
'OH NO'!!!! It looks like the palm trees in Borrego Springs Palm Canyon are on fire. Kelly saw it on her Facebook page this afternoon. We did that Palm Canyon hike up to those palms a number of years ago and I will post about that hike Sunday.
::Memory Lane:: Reading Doug's last couple posts (Miss Adventure Travels) about a slot canyon east of Borrego Springs I was reminded of the day Kelly and I and another fellow by the name of Butch hiked ourselves through the other slot canyon south of Borrego. We had met fellow boon-docker Butch at the Clark Dry Lake Bed and being very familiar with Anza Borrego State Park he led this hike for us. My post for the day is here at The Borrego Springs Slot Canyon Hike. Photos for the day can be found in my album......Borrego Springs-Ocotillo Wells Slot Canyon.
|BUTCH, KELLY, AND I HALFWAY THROUGH OUR SLOT CANYON HIKE|
Fashion victims? Those with tie-dyed pants are guilty of jeanocide.
My girlfriend always prefers going up the stairs, whereas I always like to take the elevator...I guess we are raised differently.