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Everything is just Ducky

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Remember how small the Ducklings were when we brought them home? Here they are at 8 weeks.


Here they are, 3 months old. We finally came up with names.

The dark headed Duck on the left is my Daughter's Duck. It is the only male, and she named him Dark Wing. The other dark headed Duck is Storm...My Daughter thought the gray and white Duck looked like a Seagull. I have to agree she does, so that is her name. Seagull.
The light colored Duck is Svanna. Icelandic name.
Here is Dark Wing. He always had a handsome face, and pretty eyes.


Dark Wing with Svanna. They seem to be a pair already.


Seagull. She is the one I picked out. She had a lot of black on her when we first brought her home. Funny how they change.


Storm. Her coloring kind of reminded us of storm clouds.




Svanna and Seagull


The Ducks are not as shy as they used to be. I stood there and took pictures without them panicking. Everyday gets better!!
We have a chance of rain tomorrow. I sure hope we get some. We did have a cloudy day today, and a gorgeous sunset.



  
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NEWSTART127 10/31/2014 1:49AM

    Love seeing the photos of the ducks! I raised a pair once. They were a blast... and they LOVED shredded lettuce of all things... Love the names, too! (My name means Storm in Lithuanian.)

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ALICIA214 10/31/2014 12:45AM

 


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DOVESEYES 10/31/2014 12:38AM

    they are so lovely, I concur on the names, very well matched to each.

Do they or will they wander the garden when they are used to their new home?

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SHAMROCKY2K 10/31/2014 12:11AM

    Nice.. or as you say, ducky!

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2DAWN4 10/30/2014 11:56PM

    So cute!

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Early Morning

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

7am, and I was exercising Huck and Meg's. Meg's never stays sill long enough. My picture of her didn't turn out. Huck cooperates.


I noticed a Mockingbird watching me. I love their eyes, so pretty.




My friend has a few roses in bloom. We barley have any right now. That time of year I guess.








After i got back home, the Sparrows and Finches were letting me know they were hungry. Time to fill the feeders. I love how the sun hits the feeders early in the morning.


My Double Delight Rose. One of the few Roses we have blooming.


Later in the day the Coopers Hawk showed up.




We had another beautiful sunset.


Thank you for all of the well wishes and prayers. Alice is home resting. She was so happy to see us. The small lump is a fatty tumor, but the bigger lump looked suspicious.
They did send in a specimen, so time will tell. I do know Alice will feel so much better with the tumor gone. Have a good Wed!!

  
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CMKARLS 10/30/2014 9:33AM

  beautiful sunset

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PICKIE98 10/30/2014 6:01AM

    Poor baby girl, Alice!! Give her a big, slurpy kiss from me!!!

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GRACEOMALLEY 10/29/2014 7:03PM

    Hi Jeanne-
Great pictures - as always! Glad to hear things went well for Alice and I send an extra pat for Sarge.We had a hard frost last night - down to around 25 - so my garden is pretty much done for this year. I love seeing your roses this late! Thanks for sharing them with us! emoticon



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JACKIEWALKS4FUN 10/29/2014 6:41PM

    Beautiful sunset! Hope Alice is doing well today emoticon

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BLESSED2BEME 10/29/2014 6:26PM

    Very glad to hear she came through the surgery well! Praying for the results.

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TCANNO 10/29/2014 6:21PM

    Gook luck on Alice Jeanne.

No roses here until next year now.

That is a beautiful sunset, rain all day here so no sun, tomorrow maybe.

I like the Hawks as we don't get any round here in fact there is too much food for birds in any of the gardens.

Fingers xx for Alice, have a good weekend.
Trev


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LOUIE-LILY 10/29/2014 3:34PM

    So glad Alice is home! emoticon
Pics great as always!
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KLAD_COCKERS 10/29/2014 10:53AM

    That sunset is stunning . . . and yes, I do love how the sun hits those bird feeders. They're almost luminescent. Very nice. Hope you get good news about the bigger lump, but most importantly, I hope Alice is resting.

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IMUSTLOSEIT1 10/29/2014 9:54AM

    Glad Alice is home, and I also hope everything turns out okay. Beautiful Sunset.

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GOOZLEBEAR 10/29/2014 9:35AM

    Huck is a good looking pup, too bad Meg's doesn't cooperate!!
The sunset is awesome and so are your roses and your neighbors, also the birds.

I always look forward to your blogs and pictures.
So thankful that Alice is recouperating well and pray for good results from the lump they took out.

Hugs!!

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INGMARIE 10/29/2014 7:58AM

    emoticon Good news and beautiful photos, thank you emoticon

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NISSANGIRL 10/29/2014 6:55AM

    Glad Alice is doing well, thanks again for the emoticon pictures! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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JANET552 10/29/2014 6:49AM

    Best wishes for Alice!! Loved the pictures -- all my favorite things: flowers, birds and dogs (not necessarily in that order).

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TWEETYKC00 10/29/2014 6:48AM

    Pretty pictures! I am so glad Alice is ok and back home safe and sound.

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OVERACTIVEELBOW 10/29/2014 5:48AM

    Lovely pictures as usual...
and thank you for Alice's good news.

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HELEN_BRU 10/29/2014 5:32AM

    So sorry to hear about Alice. Hope she's better soon. Love all your pictures. Roses in October? Wow! Beautiful. And I wish I could feed the birds again but those nasty squirrels get into the food and make such a mess of things.

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REMEMBER2BME 10/29/2014 4:55AM

    Beautiful blog and I am so very thankful all is good with Alice. I am just so very sorry I missed this. i knew it was coming.
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MARTHA-ANN 10/29/2014 4:19AM

    Beautiful shots Jeanne, so glad Alice is home and doing well emoticon

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DOVESEYES 10/29/2014 2:10AM

    thinking of Alice thanks for the great pics.

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MYAKAYAH 10/29/2014 12:48AM

    I miss having bird feeders honestly, I'll bet Smokey the cat does as well! Love the pics and hope Alice has her health issues resolved soon~

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JAMER123 10/29/2014 12:17AM

    hoping the best for Alice. Enjoyed the pictures you have shared with us!! Thank you.
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TEALHAWK1 10/28/2014 11:12PM

    thanks for sharing. love the pictures! Hope the best for Alice too

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TXGRANDMA 10/28/2014 11:00PM

    Thanks for sharing your corner of the country with us again! What a gorgeous sunset! Glad that Alice is resting and hope the second lump is OK, too. The roses are very pretty, glad they are still blooming! emoticon

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HMBROWN1 10/28/2014 10:36PM

    Great photos! Thanks for sharing.

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Short and Sweet

Monday, October 27, 2014

I was sitting in my backyard, watching the Sparrows fly back and forth. They would land in our Silk Tree, then fly back, and land in some twigs DH needs to grind up..




The birds took off again, and I noticed a bird that looked blue. We have Blue Birds not far from us, but I don't think I have ever seen one in my yard. The bird landed in our Silk Tree. I aimed my camera at the bird, then realized it was a Parakeet. DH said the Parakeet had been around for 2 weeks, and was hanging out with the Sparrows. How funny. The Sparrows didn't seem to mind.


This little cutie was spying on the dog next door.


We had a beautiful sunrise that evening.



No better way then to wrap up my blog with my boy Sarge. I just love him so!!



  
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CMKARLS 10/30/2014 9:32AM

  love the sunset

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REMEMBER2BME 10/29/2014 4:56AM

    Great pics and you know that last image is my life.

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TXGRANDMA 10/28/2014 11:08PM

    Poor parakeet! I hope he finds his way back home! How rare is that? Beautiful sunset, thanks for sharing! emoticon

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GOOZLEBEAR 10/28/2014 9:27PM

    I wonder if the parakeet escaped from someone's house?? The sparrows are adorable.

Wonderful pictures.

Of course the perfect way to end your blog is with that handsome Sarge's picture!!
Zoey sends kisses!!

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JACKIEWALKS4FUN 10/28/2014 8:53PM

    I rescued a bright green parakeet, came to my feeder. I found the owner. They walked outside and forgot he was on their shoulder. A month later I saw an add for a lost bird, the same one, they did not learn their lesson. I know you will keep the birds well fed, beautiful pictures. emoticon Pretty boy Sarge.

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GAILANN48 10/28/2014 5:35PM

    You must have been so surprised when you figured out what that "blue bird" really was! I'm glad that poor little parakeet found some friends!

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PEGGY-BEE 10/28/2014 3:46PM

    What would California be without our amazing Firefighters?!?
Our lakes are also mere puddles, it is frightening!!!
Beautiful pictures- thank you!

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LIVINGLOVINLIFE 10/28/2014 1:22PM

    Beautiful pictures. It is amazing to see a parakeet in the wild. Thanks for sharing and give Sarge a hug from me. He is such a cutie.

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ONESPOTLEFT 10/28/2014 11:34AM

    love the photos

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ROBINKP71 10/28/2014 10:17AM

    Beautiful pictures! Love the birds and your dog!!! I know he's a great friend to have around...... perfect :)

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KLAD_COCKERS 10/28/2014 10:11AM

    Great bird photos, as always! Do you have wild parakeets where you are? I must admit I've only seen them in pet stores.

Love Sarge, he's so handsome!

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MARITIMER3 10/28/2014 9:58AM

    Beautiful pictures, Jeanne

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IMUSTLOSEIT1 10/28/2014 9:50AM

    Do you have wild parakeets in your area is it one that excaped or was let loose from someones cage. Oh Sarge, you have the prettiest eyes, could just hug you. Why don't you come over and play with Duke and Merlin, bet you would have fun. Linda

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INGMARIE 10/28/2014 8:39AM

    Awesomw sunset, and nice photos, parakeet in the wild.
Thanks for sharing.

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TWEETYKC00 10/28/2014 7:05AM

    That parakeet is cute, looks like one I had a few years ago.

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TCANNO 10/28/2014 6:26AM

    Hi Jeanne, Normally Budgie's don't last long it the wild as the other bird go for them yours must be a lucky bird.

I love that sunset a really brilliant picture

Sarge is lovely

Trev


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NISSANGIRL 10/28/2014 6:06AM

    emoticon pictures! love the parakeet ! hope he did not fly away from home. Your pictures remind me of why I love Nature! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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MARTHA-ANN 10/28/2014 5:34AM

    Someone's missing a blue budgerigar...he's a beauty!
They don't live in the wild over here, they're kept as cage birds, they come from Australia, but all the wild ones are green, the coloured ones are from breeding over the years.
Love the paw prints!

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KIM22211 10/28/2014 2:51AM

    awww I love my doggie too!

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JAMER123 10/28/2014 12:16AM

    You are so right about when a dog enters your life! We love our dogs a lot but we had that one special dog and won't have one like her again. The parakeet is so pretty!! Down here there a little green parakeets that winter here so we see them every night as the roost on the power lines. A birder said the larger black birds roost with them to keep other birds of prey from killing them. The small black birds swarm the larger bird of prey. Found that very interesting.

Beautiful pictures!! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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WIFEALF2 10/27/2014 11:33PM

    AWE your dog is so adorable,i am huge animal lover..lolll...I see any kind of animal i go awe..lolll

Great pictures.Loves birds too..

Have awesome week keep taking pictures...
Hugs

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DOVESEYES 10/27/2014 11:02PM

    The blue bird is an Australian Budgerigar and they are kept as pets and can be taught to talk and sing songs. In the outback they are wild and fly around in huge flocks.

PS if the area above the beak is browny its a girl, bluey its a boy.

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CHERRIET 10/27/2014 11:01PM

    emoticon loved the pics

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What a difference a few months make

Sunday, October 26, 2014

The 13th, 7am, I grabbed my camera and was looking around the front yard. No birds as of yet, but I did notice the Moon. Just had to take a pic.


After I took a pic of the Moon I noticed 2 White Crowned Sparrows hopping around the yard eating seeds. Not the best picture I have taken of these birds, but they didn't stay still. Actually I only was able to get a picture of one of the birds. I will try again this week. They are beautiful Sparrows with a lovely song. How I wish they were in our area all year, but they are only here Fall through Spring.


I went inside, and needed to feed my birds. As I dropped the seeds into the bird feeder, I noticed a heart. Just for Jimmy..


DH and I had a free day, so we decided to drive to Elizabeth Lake. Along the drive, there is a Ranch that I have always admired. The Ranch is on west end of Leona Valley. I had DH stop so I could take a picture. The sun was dancing off of the trees that surround the home.


Sarge and Alice were happy to be taking the drive with us.

Alice is having her surgery on Tuesday, so please pray all goes well.



Almost at the lake. Sarge popped his head out the window to look around. Don't worry, we were driving slow.


We haven't been to the lake since early summer. I knew the water level would be low, but I wasn't anticipating the lake looking so dry. It is almost completely dried up. The lake always had two sections, divided by a sand bar. This is what the eastern portion of the lake looks like now.


The western portion of the lake is now a pond.


We only saw two birds swimming around. I couldn't figure out what type of birds they were, but they were pretty.
I wish my pictures were better, but we were a ways off.




Even though the lake is now a pond, I can still see the beauty. I always loved how the trees reflected off the water, and that day was no exception.


For those of you who have been following my blogs, you will remember the fire they had in this area last year. Last year everything was black. These homes were spared, even some of the trees. What would we do without the awesome Fire Dept. The lower part of the field is bouncing back. Must be nice for the home owners. They can now enjoy the beauty of the field. I must add here, the hills in back of the homes didn't burn. They were lucky, the hills west of them were scorched.


Way off in the distance we spotted a Hawk. It was huge. We knew it couldn't be a Red Tail Hawk, so we think it was a Ferruginous Hawk. They are in the area this time of year. That's our educated guess anyway.


Not far from that Hawk we spotted another bird. We think a Falcon. The bird was to small to be a Red Tail, and to big to be a American Kestrel.


Walking back to our car I kept hearing a Western Scrub Jay. I finally spotted it on top of a Juniper.


As we were driving down the road I spotted a Cat in a field. It was just sitting there looking around. I'm sure wanting to find a snack. The Cat had the prettiest light green eyes.


That was our day. The weather was great. Good for taking a hike.


  
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CMKARLS 10/30/2014 9:31AM

  love the pictures

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MADAMES 10/27/2014 7:19PM

    Alice is a real beauty, and I will keep her in my thoughts and prayers. Thank you for all the beautiful pictures of the birds and the ranch.

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MARTHA-ANN 10/27/2014 12:50PM

    Beautiful pictures Jeanne, our village pond looks like your lake, all dry and crusty around the edges.
Hope everything goes well with Alice tomorrow.

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LIVINGLOVINLIFE 10/27/2014 10:40AM

    What a wonderful day trip, thanks for taking us along. Beautiful. Hugs.

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KLAD_COCKERS 10/27/2014 10:22AM

    As always, your photos are awesome. I'll be keeping Alice in my prayers this week.

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GAILANN48 10/27/2014 7:58AM

    I feel as if I was on that day trip with all of you! Thanks for your beautiful pictures and the travelogue. Wonderful!

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INGMARIE 10/27/2014 7:53AM

    You sure had a beautiful day, thank you for sharing your trip with us.
Just beautiful.
Prayers coming your way , hope surgery goes well. emoticon

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MARITIMER3 10/27/2014 7:45AM

    Beautiful day and lovely pictures. You are really knowledgeable about birds. The ranch location is idyllic. I hope Alice's surgery goes well.
Gail

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JANET552 10/27/2014 7:41AM

    What a lovely day you had!! Prayers are sent for Alice.

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TWEETYKC00 10/27/2014 7:30AM

    Beautiful pictures. I hope all goes well for dear Alice. Extra hugs for her.

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NISSANGIRL 10/27/2014 7:11AM

    emoticon pictures!!! Can't believe how dry the lake is! also cannot believe how hugh that hawk was! thanks for taking us on the beautiful walk with u! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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TCANNO 10/27/2014 6:20AM

    Hi Jeanne,
The bottom picture of the birds in the lake look like they maybe a Crested Grebe. I think the one n the left is but not sure if the one on the right is.

Not sure what the one above is but it could be a Goose or another type of Grebe.

You can have some of our rain to fill your lake up if you like. Here I have had 4 inches this month and more to come this week.

Have a good week
Trev


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JACKIEWALKS4FUN 10/26/2014 10:45PM

    Oh, I have not seen the white crowned sparrow yet. I did see some pretty blue birds, but they would not let me take a picture. Maybe I will have some time this week to hide in the bushes, LO.
All beautiful pictures, sure need some rain to fill up those lakes that's for sure. Great picture of Sarge in that mirror, he looks chipper.
Vet gave Patty some new medicine and he was chipper today too, sure made me happy.
Many prayers for Alice, and you. Take good care. emoticon

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QUILTYENGINEER 10/26/2014 10:28PM

    Great pictures! Thank you for sharing.

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KEEPITSIMPLE_ 10/26/2014 10:12PM

    Beautiful pictures! So glad the area is looking great since last year. Praying for Alice ' surgery to go well, and a prayer for you too.


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TXGRANDMA 10/26/2014 9:56PM

    Oh, wow! It is really dry there! Hope you get some serious rain soon, we need some too! Hope that Alice's surgery goes well! emoticon

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IMUSTLOSEIT1 10/26/2014 9:33PM

    Great pix, A great place to live.

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KIM22211 10/26/2014 9:30PM

    I sure will pray for Alice! beautiful pics love the moon!!!

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GOOZLEBEAR 10/26/2014 9:11PM

    Wonderful pictures!!! Our lake here in the mountains is always lowered in the winter months and it looks so bad. Will be praying for Alice's surgery, let us know how she does.

I showed Zoey Sarge's picture and she was so impressed and said he looked "regal"!!! She sends kisses!!

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JOANNS4 10/26/2014 9:02PM

    Thank you for the pictures, I know it is so dry there and the area does look good after the fire from last year. We spend our winters in southern CA. I wish I could send down some WA state rain.
Good luck to Alice. emoticon

Jo Ann


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LOUIE-LILY 10/26/2014 9:01PM

    Lovely! Will pray for sweet Alice!
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DOVESEYES 10/26/2014 8:45PM

    Wonderful, great to be out and about in your area. Thanks, will be thinking of Alice this week.

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Blood Moon

Saturday, October 25, 2014

The Blood Moon, or Eclipse, started at 2am here in Calif. DH and I decided to stay up, rather the go to sleep and risk not waking up. We grabbed our lawn chairs and sat in the backyard. It was coolish out, and I needed a sweatshirt jacket, plus a small blanket for my legs. I was a bit frustrated with the Moon. 3 days earlier I took a pic of the Moon when Sarge and I took a walk in the desert. The picture turned out nice since the Moon was somewhat low in the sky. However, when we walked out early am to watch the Eclipse, the Moon was as high in the sky as you can get. Luckily most of the pictures turned out good, but only one picture showing the red in the Moon turned out. Disappointing, but we had fun sitting for a hour watching the Eclipse unfold. I took a few pics of the Moon before the Eclipse started. Just to give you an idea on how the moon moves around in the sky. I believe the little circle on the Moon is called a crater. Watch how it moves. 9:45 pm, the crater is at the bottom.


Before I went back into the house I took a pic of the Moon shinning through our Pine Tree.


12:10am


1:52am


2:20am


2:55am


And the grand finale. 3:15am



Hope you enjoyed. Have a good Saturday. I have house work to do...Oh boy hehe




  
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WIFEALF2 10/27/2014 11:34PM

    cool blog....

i have a cheap camera doesnt pick up too much...good for every day pictures but not for close ups or far away pics...

what kind of camera do u have?

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KLAD_COCKERS 10/27/2014 10:23AM

    That last photo is just incredible! Wow!

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JACKIEWALKS4FUN 10/26/2014 2:38PM

    emoticon Jeanne, you DID get some great shots. See I need a better camera. emoticon

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SHIRLANGEL 10/26/2014 1:39PM

    Love the photos! Thank you for sharing them. That must have been a sweet time sitting outside in the middle of the night with your hubby watching the moon eclipse. emoticon

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NEWSTART127 10/26/2014 1:04PM

    Awesome photos! So neat to see!

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LISALGB 10/26/2014 9:08AM

    Jeanne, those are gorgeous pictures!! Thanks so much for sharing with us!!
Hugs!!

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CMKARLS 10/26/2014 8:17AM

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JANET552 10/26/2014 6:27AM

    Loved them!!! Thanks for sharing.

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MARTHA-ANN 10/26/2014 6:07AM

    Great shots Jeanne!

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TXGRANDMA 10/26/2014 12:53AM

    Gorgeous! I am glad you caught it because I missed the whole thing! Thanks so much for staying up and sharing with us! emoticon

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CAPECODLIGHT 10/25/2014 11:02PM

    Gorgeous!

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DOVESEYES 10/25/2014 9:21PM

    so great we saw it too here in Australia what an amazing occurence. Great to have time lapse to see it moving amazing thanks

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IRISHMUM3 10/25/2014 7:45PM

    Neat!

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CHEBBA 10/25/2014 6:55PM

    Fascinating. Thanks for sharing. xx

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1SURFWALKER 10/25/2014 6:01PM

    That was awesome! Great pics! Again I missed it! Thanks for sharing!

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ADIRONDACKMOM 10/25/2014 3:07PM

    Thank you for sharing this, we have been under a blanket of clouds for days on end!

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TCANNO 10/25/2014 2:17PM

    Well done Jeanne, We did not see it here in the UK. It has been a long while since I saw my last one.

They really are a sight to see.

Don't work too hard.
Trev

BTW
My body seems back to normal after that virus.


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ILOVEMALI 10/25/2014 12:24PM

  Beautiful.

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GOOZLEBEAR 10/25/2014 12:20PM

    Love those pictures!!!!! What a treat to sit outside with hubby and wait for it!!!! Thank you for sharing with us especially since I didn't get to see it here in the mountains!! There's not enough leaves off the trees around the cabin to see much of the moon!!!

Hugs and enjoy your house cleaning!!!! I have to iron and do bookwork!!!


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NISSANGIRL 10/25/2014 12:08PM

    emoticon emoticon pictures!

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OVERACTIVEELBOW 10/25/2014 11:30AM

    Great Pictures... Thanks for sharing
pictures and narrative !!!
Audra

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IMUSTLOSEIT1 10/25/2014 10:52AM

    Pretty, love the red one.

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INGMARIE 10/25/2014 10:51AM

    Great, thanks for sharing, I was happily snoozing away in bed.
Love your pix. emoticon

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