The Post That Isn’t

The winds and rain arrived Wednesday night. Let’s make that WINDS and RAIN. There, that’s more like what we had. It was a bit eerie, but quite beautiful when the sky flashed pink.

So much for what we had. What we didn’t have was an internet connection, therefore this post is a bit late. A busy day lies ahead, places to go, people to see and things to do, so I shall leave you hanging until my next post.

When is that nut, er, lady coming back with the goods?

When is that nut, er, lady coming back with the goods?

I hope you have a great day!

 

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25 thoughts on “The Post That Isn’t

  1. So glad that was a quick storm that blew through! In a neighboring town, a transformer blew. It lit up the sky like lightning flashes! Our internet was down this morning, but ,thankfully, was working again soon!
    Enjoy your busy day.

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  2. Love it! I’m sure my birds tell me that too! Which reminds me, the seed block is almost gone. I swear the Blue Jays especially try to tell me something when seeds aren’t out for them. 🙂

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  3. I love storms! Of course that’s easy for me to say – I live in the Seattle area where storms are brief and rarely damaging. (i.e., boring.:) ) I love the woodpecker picture. It reminds me I need to fill my suet feeder!

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    • You have them often, too, don’t you, Trisha? At least that’s what I’ve heard about the Seattle area. Your woodpeckers will be happy if you fill their feeder. 🙂

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  4. When I awoke Sunday at 7:30a, our power was already out. The rain was steady but not torrential, and the winds were steady with frequent strong bursts. A few birds were out and feeding; Black-capped Chickadees, Mourning Doves, Dark-eyed Juncos, and Ruby-throated Hummingbirds were the first birds I saw. Here’s a short video of one of my morning chickadees hanging on during the storm.

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