365 Days, Numbah Fifty-Six

October 21st

Daily hummingbird photos.

Daily blurry hummingbird.

Because I couldn’t decide which photo to use daily hummingbird.

Ditto above.

October 22nd

The farm wagon taking visitors out to the pumpkin patch at Olson Farms.

Daily hummingbird in the rain and tomatoes.

New stain on da lānai…working great in da rain.

Try look da awesome sign my friend Gary carved and painted for me!

Annual Halloween photo with da pōpoki at Boring Bark.

Tractor at Olson Farms heading out to the pumpkin patch.

Nani clouds.

October 23rd

This is the other sign that Gary made for me.

Two daily hummingbirds.

Zoomies daily hummingbird.
I know it’s a lot of daily hummingbird photos, but when there’s two, I can’t resist!

K’den… thanks to awesome WordPress help, I now know how to do captions again.

View across the valley. So nani!
Mama Flicker at the suet feeder.
Two daily hummingbirds.

October 24th

Wow laulau! Two daily hummingbirds again!
I was surprised how long they both stayed at the feeder together.
Another awesome valley view; I had to take a photo of the smoke lazily drifting by.

October 25th

Solitary daily hummingbird with smoke drifting by.
I finished knitting this neck da kine/scarf/shawl with my handspun.
I love the pattern in this. And it’s wonderfully warm now that cold weather has arrived.
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10 Responses to 365 Days, Numbah Fifty-Six

  1. Lady Tie Di says:

    OH! I LOVE the photo of the rain on the newly stained deck! VERY artistic!!! Great flicker photo (say that five times fast) and your aloha sign….. AMAZING!!!

  2. Mokihana says:

    Eh, mahalo nui!! Now, I wouldn’t have thought to try say flicker photo five times fast… it’s a real tongue twister for sure. I love my new sign… makes me feel almost home.

  3. AFK says:

    Wow laulau indeed! For the first time ever this past week, I saw two hummers feeding peacefully at our feeder at the same time. Not mating season, is it? Or are they less territorial? Maybe one is a parent and the other a keiki.
    My favorite photo in this batch is the tractor at Olson Farms with the pumpkin patch in the background.
    Your friend Gary is an amazing artist. Your house is now a Hawai`i landmark! 😉

    • Mokihana says:

      That’s so great about the hummers at your feeder; maybe leave it up and see if they stay? It’s not mating season. Mine are still territorial; I’ve wondered about them being ʻohana, too. I’m glad you like da sign… Gary is really an amazing artist; he does oil painting as well as wood carving.

  4. Michelle says:

    Oooh, pretty shawl! Pattern???

  5. Mokihana says:

    Michelle, which one??

  6. Mokihana says:

    Thank you!!

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