Cinnameg were sleeping in the weak sunshine, safe and cozy.
There were deer beds! They scrape out a bed and hunker down for a few hours.
I've given up trying to videotape our Mice Friends. I did once. Maybe the camera has reached its best before date.
Here is a good story for you!
JB bought me a trailcam for my Christmas present. I was so excited. I bought it November 4th, and gave it to JB to wrap. It's been sitting here, and I finally opened it up, and discarded all the awful packaging. (Ridiculous...) Reading the Quick Start Guide, the date and time was set. I realized it has solar power! One is supposed to plug it into the computer for 48 hours to charge her up.
Charging it for 24 hours I was hopeful. I grabbed it as I was heading out during the 45 minutes we had sunshine on Tuesday afternoon. Turning it on... NOTHING!
It is a Spypoint Solar-DRK Camera. Grabbing the guide, this senior, with her B.A., B.Ed., and M. Ed., had failed to read the fine print. "Batteries not included!" We begin on Plan B. Batteries inserted, plugged into the computer. Fingers crossed. So far, nothing...
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The trailcams haven't done well lately. Fortunately, I've other things to write about. Dec. 24 – Sander Geophysics did a fly over!
Plane CGSGL – I attempted a video to grab the plane register. I need not have tried so hard. It was on the radar.
She really likes the decoration and the train! We had to move it.
We have had lots of mourning doves (13), chickadees (12), several woodpeckers. Tuesday, a junco, a pair of cardinals, as well as a female evening grosbeak. The mourning doves were huddled in the sunshine, under the evergreen tree, during that 45 minutes when we actually had sunshine yesterday!
Archive photos, they are camera shy!