Molly enjoying the sunrise Christmas Morning at our house. Join the Skywatch Friday community at www.skyley.blogspot.com.
Friday, December 26, 2008
Saturday, December 20, 2008
Meet You at the Feeder
Bird watching through the front window on Saturday morning.
House finches and gold finches.
A flicker. Beautiful when in flight, but I didn't catch him.
Oregon junkos and golden-crowned sparrow.
Chickadee and finch.
Checking the level?
Inter-racial rivalry over the suite feeder. Scrub jay and woodpecker with sparrow looking on.
Chickadee and finches.
Hummingbird frappucino? I caught this one during the cold snap a couple of days ago.
Friday, December 19, 2008
Skywatch Friday 12/19/08
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas. December, 2008 in our front yard. Visit our Skywatch Friday community.
Monday, December 15, 2008
Gold finches in their winter attire, with one nuthatch as well.
A hawk looks on from high atop a tree.
I love the way the branches of the oaks form a lacy pattern.
Saturday, December 13, 2008
And since we've nowhere to go . . .
Pictures from I-5 north of us this morning:
Tuesday, December 2, 2008
Thanksgiving weekend project
Earring/jewelry holder and display. Done with knobby,uneven, natural handspun yarn which I inherited. #8 needles: pattern k1*yo,s1,k1,psso,k1,k1* pearl between pattern rowsAnd for extra fun I worked on creating a new knitting addict. Catherine went home with a set of circular needles, a how-to book, and a skein of pretty peacock-blue/green yarn. I introduced her to Webster's in Ashland. Sorry, Jamie. I wasn't quite sure about showing a lefty the beginning moves, but she was picking it up quite quickly. I think that my new daughter-in-law is like me and doesn't adapt well to "down time". Knitting is a great way to feel productive even when you're "not doing anything".
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