Hello, my name is Nancy.
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Devil's Den State Park is where we hiked last week-end. It was amazing. An hour and 20 minute drive. When we were almost there, it started raining. Oh, what the heck we'd try it anyway. Note to self: buy rain poncho's and keep in car. No rain, just a wet walk.
Take note that we did not walk so much on the stones. Very slippery.
There is a cave below me to the left. No, didn't go down in it...but 3 kids were making their descent.
Here is my 'partner in crime'....trying NOT to get wet. lol
Now this was different....
Indeed, there were stacked on top of each other....I even add a few myself.
...and I needed to see if my kayak 'Rosie' would fit in the back of the SUV...and it did!
Lovin' my new front plate!
Today is support to be a warm today, so I just might be able to get on the water. Last Tuesday was the local Kayaking Groups early paddle. I missed it due to the fact I was working on a quilt and just plain missed it. Official date is the first of April.
This week, I drove to Oklahoma to meet a friend halfway. Abby my Pacific Parrotlet returned home. She had been with a friend but found it time to return her to me. She is 8 years old and we are very happy to have her again!
Here is Zoe. Sleeping on the back of the couch. 'Keeper of the cage'. I think Abby likes her new spot. She sees the birds outdoors eating from the feeders and she eats too. Such a social girl!
I can't leave you until posting a very special pic. Here is Penelope's daddy bottle feeling her for the first time. Such love!
...I have a variety of birds near the window!
This is Northern Flicker. He's about 12.5 inches long.
This is Zoe. She enjoys the warmth and her balls....
...while Sophie loves the outdoors and snow! By time I took the pic most of the snow had melted or fallen on the floor. Silly girl. This may be the last snowfall. Temperatures should be up by this week-end. Time to hit the dusty tails either by bike or hike. I'm ready!
She wanted me to make a tatted Dragonfly hanging on a cord for a friend of hers.
The pattern is by: Kristen Schmidt. The center is in Lizbeth's Seagreen Dark in size 20 thread. Seed beads were also added. Fun to make after a bit of practice with split rings.
Here is Miss Penelope Lee....Getting ready to go 'out' with Mom!
We went to Branson Mo. last week. Just a day trip for lunch and shopping for walking shoes. I found 4 pairs! Now remember, I walk on the average of about 30-35 miles a week when conditions allow and go through a pair of shoes every 3-4 months!
I have wanted to take a pic of this since last winter. Spring was here before I knew it and I could not see to take a pic when the trees were in bloom. Dh's was driving and I was ready. Good thing, I see that the porch roof is starting to cave in....so sad.
There is a rocker on the balcony porch. I had to really look hard, but its still there.
A great way to test out the new Subaru SUV.
Traffic was stopped. A car was being towed up the hillside...
I think I can, I think I can saidth the car at the top of the hill.
Christmas plants not only survived last years week in the freezing garage...they are blooming for the 2nd time this season! Doesn't take much to get me this excited!!
Here is Miss Penelope all worn out from her photo shoot. The pic you see was commissioned by her grandpa. Since Ondrea loves the color 'Tiffney Blue' he thought it was very fitting to have a painted done for her to add to the nursery. Audrey Hepburn in the movie 'Breakfast at Tiffany's.
February 20th. Wow this month has gone by so fast...Missing that baby girl.
When its so cold out doors its easy to sit and tat booties! The top one has little pearls on the edging and the one below had seed beads.
As William Shakespeare would say:
The Eyes are the window to your soul. That is what I see looking at Miss Penelope.