Greetings From Far Eastern Oregon
~ Snow is gone, Snow Geese are Here
The warm temperatures have melted all the snow, and the snow geese made a neighboring field look snowy white. What a racket they create when they arrive by the thousands. Not long after I took the video and photos, the sky was filled with what looked like endless flocks of snow geese–but it was already too dark to capture their arrival. It was amazing to watch, though. You will notice there are a few Canadians, too.
We are waiting for pups to arrive–last year, at this time, we were overrun with babies. This year, we wait. They will be coming before long, so meanwhile, we are getting a lot of work done.
This Week On the Blog…
I am always looking for new information to share regarding the OwyheeStar offspring.
If you have a story that you will let me share–I need at least three sentences and a decent photo. I prefer to receive it via email. (FYI–we only use stories that feature the OwyheeStar Weimaraner).
We are always in need of OwyheeStar stories to share.
It helps when I get an email even if you send photos via another mode. I know you enjoy reading about other OwyheeStar pups–especially those related to yours.
For Your Review
Sunday— Feb. 28 — Sunday Photos
Monday–- Mar. 1 — Milo and Maddox
Tuesday – Mar. 2 — Luey and Shiny
Wednesday — Mar. 3 — Oscar
Thursday –- Mar. 4 — Maize (9)
Friday — Mar. 5 — Fin
On a very personal note
Our greenhouse is getting some attention–finally. So far–just clean up, but I am ready to start planting. I am later than I wanted to be again this year. Ambrosia is back to work–the load is mostly mashed potatoes. We have discovered these turn out fabulous. It is nice to have them to whip up quickly for Cliff.
The master bath project continues. Thursday, our son put down the shower base, and yesterday he brought us a cabinet. On Wednesday, he helped Cliff with the ceiling fan and lightbox. So, it is coming together. There is quite a lot left, but real progress is happening. We appreciate our son for helping us–of course, he does this for a living, but still.
Watching the local terrain for deer and birds is a pastime we enjoy. We had not seen the deer for about a week or longer, and they made two appearances yesterday.