365 Days, Numbah Fifty-Four

October 11th

Daily hummingbird.
Daily hummingbird…wing showing through the feeder.
Cinnamon’s vet visit. She has the best tail! She’s a Patched Mackerel Tabby.
Just for you, AFK! This is the screensaver at our vet’s office.
Wassap wit dis?????
ʻEkolu daily hummingbirds!! I could hardly believe it!
Sharing is caring, right?

October 12th

Daily hummingbird doing early morning stretch.
Daily hummingbird early morning wing exercises.
Daily hummingbird at breakfast.
Mt. Hood from Scouters Mountain Park; The Gathering’s last outdoor meeting for the year.

October 13th

Food delivery day. Lots of stuff today.
Pretty sunset.
Daily hummingbird at sunset.

October 14th

Daily hummingbird.
Aspens across the road starting to color up.

October 15th

Daily hummingbirds with the last hollyhock.
Oregon Flock and Fiber Festival in Albany.
Lovely stuff!
Of course, we had to get an elephant ear. First one in about ten years!
Beautiful maple trees on our way out of the parking lot.
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6 Responses to 365 Days, Numbah Fifty-Four

  1. Michelle says:

    Oh, I didn’t even think to ask you if you’d be at OFFF! I was there on Sunday and would love to have met in person if possible!

    • Mokihana says:

      We were there Saturday… I sure would love to meet in person as well. What did you think of OFFF?

      • Since I don’t go in for the “full festival experience,” it was wonderful. 😉 The Jenkins were there with their wonderful spindles, and I visited the animal barn for the first time in years and got to see friends and acquaintances do very well indeed.

  2. AFK says:

    Holy cats! *Three* hummingbirds feeding at once! That’s a minor miracle!
    We only keep our feeder up from October through March because our neighborhood hummers don’t tend to come from April-September. But our hummers are so smart–they find it within a few hours of our hanging it up.
    Thanks for da screensaver shot! Dat must be one bambucha pīpī if it’s bigger dan da planet!

    • Mokihana says:

      I know, yeah? I could hardly believe three!! I wish your hummers would stick around during the winter for you. Glad you liked the screensaver shot!

  3. Mokihana says:

    Michelle, I’m glad it was such a great experience for you!

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