365 Days, Numbah Thirty-Five

July 1st

All da places I went in June.
Bird of Paradise still blooming.
Looks like it’s gonna take off!
Kahili Gingers coming along. I sent a bunch of bulbs to a friend and still have all these ones.
Spinning “Kind of Blue”.
Backlit daily hummingbird through a very dirty sliding door. Sheesh.

July 2nd

Daily hummingbird making sure another one doesn’t come to his feeder.
Sweet visitor along the driveway.
I so love seeing them nearby, and am glad she’s surviving.
Zinnias coming up!
Zucchini, tomatoes, and marigolds.
I was gifted this lovely Canadian Production Wheel several years ago, and today I passed it on to a new friend.
And she gifted me this lovely fiber to spin!

July 3rd

He’s still here!
These guys are such pests; they steal the suet I put out for the Tanager and the Woodpeckers. But they’re pretty. Stellar’s Jay.
Gas price below $5.00 today!
This and the following images are from the new roundabout in Happy Valley. So beautiful! Eagles.
Wolf and bear cubs.
Beavers and trout.
Daily hummingbird at sunset.
Fireworks started early across the valley.
It’s quite a show; I can’t tell exactly where they came from, though. You’d think I could.

July 4th

This is always a tough day for me because it’s the anniversary of my mom’s death. I remember frantically trying to get to California in time, but that didn’t happen. So on this date, I try hard to capture the beauty around me.

Daily hummingbird.
Daily hummingbird again. I wish I could tell them apart!
Did some yarn plying today.
The gray/green became pink. I have no idea what I’ll knit with this.

July 5th

Daily hummingbird.
Hard to spin when Kalakoa’s in my spinning chair!
Daily hummingbird in the lavender. Can you see him?
He blends in really well!
He’s still here!!

Something special for you folks!

I was spinning when I saw him here…so glad I caught it!
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4 Responses to 365 Days, Numbah Thirty-Five

  1. AFK says:

    Wow, you went planny places. Were some of those places where you delivered food? I’m sorry July 4 is so hard for you–beeeg hugs. And thank you for sharing your yarn work, your pua, and your manu. And Kalakoa!

    • Mokihana says:

      Yeah, some of those places were food deliveries. Mahalo for da hugs… they mean so much! So happy you liked all da kine!

  2. Michelle says:

    The art in that roundabout is INCREDIBLE! I hope no one vandalizes it so everyone can enjoy it for years to come!

    • Mokihana says:

      I hope so, too. It really is amazing art work, and what a wonderful idea to enhance the roundabout! Thanks for stopping by!

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