365 Days, Numbah Forty-Seven

September 1st

Daily hummingbird on a cloudy morning.
Olson Farms barn on a cloudy morning. I love this view!
Daily hummingbird guarding the feeder from other daily hummingbirds.
Beautiful Rose Mallow when we picked up our stuff for food deliveries.
Big old crow watching us unload the pickup.
This was only half the stuff. We’re so grateful we can help out sharing the food.
All loaded up. Nolemana looks like he’s keeping my van from tipping over.
PGE crew cutting branches off the power lines. I’m grateful that they do this.
Beautiful flower basket and working tractor when I got some corn at Olson Farms stand.

September 2nd

Daily hummingbird.
Sunflowers blooming across the road in spite of all the devastation of so many trees taken out.
Rose Mallow blooming like crazy at the Realty office in Damascus.
Wildfire smoke from Southern Oregon blowing up this way.
Pretty sunset.

September 3rd

“Daily” Hairy Woodpecker at the suet feeder.
We went on a Saturday holoholo to this place; it was awesome. More about that in a future post.
Goldfinch among the zinnias.
I felted and needle felted this bag to go with my Ladybug spinning wheel.
Daily hummingbird at sunset through the Mylar blind.

September 4th

Just received this fabulous new book from Nancy Bates Designs. Nancy’s designs are spot on and wonderful. I decided to show off the hats I’ve already knit from her designs: Mt Rainer National Park, Yellowstone National Park, and Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park. I’ve got several more in the works, too.

Daily hummingbirds at sunset.

Two!!
Fighting in the sunset even though there are two feeders there.

September 5th

Our travels during August.
Here’s the satellite map. I don’t care if I’m tracked on these journeys. It’s good fun seeing them from a satellite view.. Post in the works about this trip.
Daily hummingbird through the kitchen window screen.
Can you see him?
Yikes! Upside down daily hummingbird! I thought his foot was caught in the feeder so I rushed outside to help, but he easily flew away.
Bless Josh’s heart; he came over to help us move heavy stuff off the lānai, which we’re getting ready to sand and stain. Well, not us. We’re paying to have it done.
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3 Responses to 365 Days, Numbah Forty-Seven

  1. Lady Tie Di says:

    SO many things: that rose mallow is GORGEOUS as are the hats you knit- you are so very talented; the darling ladybug bag…I love needle felting! I’ve not knit (crocheted, in my case) then felted but have done hats by wet-felting. Ugh! The smoke…sigh. Good on ya for all your food deliveries! And, that is SO crazy, I’ve never seen a hummer hang upside down!!! Nice ones, as always

  2. Michelle says:

    Nice sunset/hummer photos!

  3. Mokihana says:

    Thanks, my friend. You’re such an awesome photographer that I really appreciate your comments!

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