Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Tuesday follow up.

You would have been proud of me; out of bed at dawn, got coffee to go, grabbed the camera, and headed out to the big, beautiful world to catch the morning light. Okay, so I only drove out to the Keystone Lake dam, about 20 minutes, but I did get out. Since we've had no rain in who knows when, naturally there was no water coming through the turbines which means no fish which means no birds eating fish. Oh there were birds, egrets, herons, and vultures by the hundreds, but no activity. With few exceptions, all were standing on the rocks, chatting about their families and the weather, with one eye on what little water there was in hope that a thunderstorm upstream might boost the level up an inch or two.

The icemaker I referred to in yesterday's post? You did read it didn't you? Well, it still drips. I'll get back to you on that.

1 comment:

  1. I have a few things around here that need fix'n if you run out of things to do. Do you take pictures of rabbits? Since I moved to town I see a surplus of rabbits especially between 2 and 4 in the morning. I guess the rabbits got smart and moved to town because the bobcats were really working on their population. This morning at about 2:30 I went outside. Seven rabbits were in my front yard and one was sitting on my porch by my chair.


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