Canada or Bust

By: calpoppy, 10:23 PM GMT on June 07, 2015








Here we go..........

I was going to close down my blog for the duration of our trip, but Briar had a good idea. I am going to keep tabs on how much gasoline we use and how much it will cost us for the entire trip. Can you guess how much gas and how much it will cost???? A hint the FJ uses between 10-12 gallons per mile (pretty crummy I know). We are traveling from Llano, Ca. to Port Angeles, Wash, to Manning P...

Updated: 2:36 PM GMT on June 08, 2015

More Hummers, Flowers and ....

By: calpoppy, 9:43 PM GMT on April 21, 2015




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New blog with some new pics.

Lets start with some hummers

It was a chilly morning for this little guy



This one was scratching



Annas male





Young hummer



Not a great pic but this will show you my explosion of hummers, and this is only two of the four feeders.



Mor...

Updated: 1:24 PM GMT on May 02, 2015

Hummers and Flowers

By: calpoppy, 5:52 PM GMT on March 24, 2015




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Last year I did a 'take a hike' with me blog. This year we are just going to go meander around my


property and the surrounding hills.

First a stop at the hummer feeder. Lots of action these days :)











Hooded Oriole male



On to flowers!

Golden bush



Hop sage

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Updated: 2:10 PM GMT on April 16, 2015

The results are in!!

By: calpoppy, 9:31 PM GMT on March 01, 2015




My son and DIL are having their dog Barnaby DNA tested to see what breeds of dog are in Barnaby. All the family have put in their guesses, now it is your turn :))

Barnaby was thrown out of a moving vehicle in front of my DIL's school where she teaches at. And that is how they now have Barnaby. He weighs in at 13 lbs.. And is a non stop pup! They have had him for over a year now.








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Updated: 10:26 PM GMT on June 07, 2015

All Grown Up (peacocks that is)

By: calpoppy, 3:21 PM GMT on January 28, 2015





Continuing on the bird theme I thought a blog about my peacocks would be fitting, especially since I have loads of pictures of them.

We started with five peafowl chicks and now only have two. We knew in the beginning that there would be some loses. But the ones that were taken were taken at night when they roosted in a low enough place that the coyotes had an easy time getting to them. So now we have two, which is plenty and t...

Updated: 3:20 PM GMT on February 04, 2015

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