It's another cold one. Happily we saw sunshine on Thursday. The day began with 14 friends out back.
I rearranged some things. The cat TV (black squirrel and red) was on. The cats can't quite see under the feeder due to the snow banks beside the sidewalk. To keep them amused, I put a small stool there. I caught both cats sitting on it. It's a lovely old stool, with nice fabric, and metal design under it.
They like looking out the windows. I put up a little shelf, with the little schoolhouse and log cabins on them, on the wall. The shelf is slightly crooked. I need another set of hands to use a level. Later...
It looks pretty bleak. The snow is deep and the deer trod carefully. I meant to chop down the burdock plant and seeds, but didn't get to it when the snow was trodable.
I finally put up my two new pictures. They are lovely pieces Art by Choleena. The sign I found in my dad's effects. I think he was going to put it up on the old barn. He adored his cottage and his Long Lake.
The feeder has been busy. The mourning doves have figured out the tray feeder. They are ground feeders and don't land on the other feeders at all. (They are too chubby, for starters!)
Of course, we have dear friends who visit the feeder! She could have nudged the tray feeder, but didn't quite figure it out. Thankfully!
I'm adjusting my trailcams. This was wild. I keep having to re-adjust the temperature from F. to C. JB from Jennifer Jilks on Vimeo.
Cinnamon followed me down the driveway as I fetched the mail. He is curious, and sat at the top of the hill watching me. It was nice and clear and dry in spots.