Never seen a da kine like this before!
To make up for the un-daily hummingbird from yesterday, here’s a bunch of photos from today.
Today we drove down to Canby to get some frozen blueberries. It rained the whole time, but we didn’t care. It was good to take a drive again. This is the beautiful barn we saw at the blueberry farm.
Kalakoa has decided to come back to her bed underneath my desk! Used to be that she, Keola, and Noelani would lie in their separate beds there, but they haven’t been back since Noelani died. Needless to say, I am delighted!
I’m so glad Kalakoa has returned to her under-desk bed! I wonder if cats go through a grieving process too. I especially like your sunset hummer photo from 2/3. Is dat mountain Hood or Rainier? Looks kinda like Rainier, but I can’t tell since I don’t know what Mt. Hood looks like.
Oh, I think cats definitely go through a grieving process. Keola did, too… and I think he still misses Noelani…they were best buds. Da mountain is Mt Hood… on clear days I get to see it almost every time.
One beautiful kitty! Yes, animals absolutely grieve 😦 Glad she is back oxoxo GREAT shot of Mt. Hood! That’s how I can tell where I am when I’m there, using it as my landmark hahaha
Kalakoa is a beauty, isn’t she? And she knows it! Mt Hood is a wonderful landmark when it’s out for sure.