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.
* Special Note
Since joining up with the security team of WebRoot, it will not allow me to visit a couple of your blogs and gives a "Suspicious Warning."
It could be nothing, it could be a setting on one of the blogs.
I have always been able to visit these two in the past, but if either of you see this, maybe check your settings.
I feel so badly about not being able to pay visits right now to "Kim's USA" and "Bailey Road"~
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~