It is the week of Thanksgiving for we here in the United States.
I am thankful every single day for all that I have in my life.
This week I am sharing the last of the Autumnal colours and net week will share a few of them, covered in that white fluffy stuff, you know that word...SNOW.
The Cedar Waxwings came through rather randomly this season.
Usually we see a whole lot more than this time.
Where they are, you can usually also see the American Robins, along with Eastern Towhees, also known here as Rufous sided Towhees.
Remember to double click on the first image, to view a larger slide show presentation after you have read the narratives~
I will be linking up with Judith for:
Male Eastern Towhee~
My friend Laurene sent me this delightful Owl suet feeder...isn't it charming ;)
I was making my way into the big city for Bible study one Sunday a couple of weeks ago, when I spotted a Coyote in the cow field at Foxhollow Farm.
Poppy, if you see this, I know that you shall be smiling...yes that place has it all ;)
On Tuesday, I go into town to pick up our twin grandsons from school.
There are a few different ways to arrive there and one is driving through a ...eyes blink and through it..., kind of town called Skylight.
This old general store is there and I loved the character of the place~
The tree arched driveway of Foxhollow Farm~