365 Days, Numbah Thirty-Six

July 6th

Daily hummingbird; and I’m so thankful for the rain.
More daily hummingbird.
Two days before the Sandy Mountain Festival Parade; people are already saving their spots. And what’s wonderful is that many people do this and nobody kakaroaches anything.
Here’s another part of the main road with more chairs.
Keola yawning.
He loves lying on me!

July 7th

Two daily hummingbirds!
Looks like one chased off the other one!
This is how many radishes we got today for our food deliveries. Plus that bambucha bag of potatoes and all that lettuce.
Nani nā pua at our pickup place.
Food deliveries.
Really cool old barn on my way to the vet’s for an Rx pickup. So unusual the shape!
Remember the cool treehouse from before? Now it’s almost all covered up.
The pioneer church at the Historic Baker Cabin Historical Site in Carver. Click on the link for a really interesting read.
Miss B in the springtime flowers.
Danny the Clock Doctor fixing our grandfather clock. Nolemana’s dad mad the clock from a kit and we love it.
Tour de Fleece spinning.

July 8th

More progress on my TdF spin.
Backlit daily hummingbird.
Ballerina daily hummmingbird.
I started spinning this gloriousness.
Sure do love the texture!

July 9th

Lavender blossoms.
Finished spinning this for Tour de Fleece.
Daily hummingbird.

July 10th

Sweet neighborhood kitty at my friend Carol’s house. I went over there to pick up some of her well-loved birdfeeders as mementos of our friendship and love for birds.
Color change in the batt I’m spinning.
Flicker and Black-Headed Grosbeak at the suet feeder.
Loving the texture!
Daily hummingbird.
I do love when I can get action shots!
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4 Responses to 365 Days, Numbah Thirty-Six

  1. Roger says:

    Terrific pics!

  2. AFK says:

    I love your commitment to your daily hummingbirds. Your spinning work is beautiful–I love the idea of Tour de Fleece, I think it’s so clever. And I love, love your kitty pix. Thank you!

    • Mokihana says:

      Mahalo nui, sistah. Some days it’s a real challenge to catch the hummers; I think I’ve missed them twice so far. They see me coming and don’t always stay around so I have to be pretty sneaky. The TdF is so much fun; many spinners take part in it so there’s a lot of camaraderie and fun. So happy you like da kitty photos!

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