A little wing stretch. I spent hours watching every move this bird made. I think I usually caught him after a meal because he spent a lot of time napping and preening – totally ignoring me except for the occasional “You still here Lady!!” look.
Tonight around 930PM as dusk deepend my wife and I walked our dog in the pleasant evening coolness. A Barred Owl flew over our heads and landed in the very top of a conifer at Thomsen and NW Seventeenth Street here in McMinnville.
The full moon of July is sometimes called Thunder Moon because of the frequent thunderstorms this month. Certainly, after a hot, humid day, I enjoy a good thunderstorm to freshen the air and bring relief from the heat. 148 more words
Walking up the road, near the top where it intersects with a county route, under the hemlock trees, the overcast day making all seem gloomy, moisture still dripping randomly from the dark heavy trees. 148 more words