Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Current Day = Quiet times

Just like the rest of the U.S. we are preparing for Thanksgiving.  It's just going to be my wife and I so we found a 7 lb. (3+ kg.) turkey!  Usually they are at least twice as large.  It should be an interesting experiment.  Happily we have most of the raw ingredients we want; the grocery store will be insane until it closes on Wednesday night.  Hopefully I'll remember to get a photo of the bird before we devour it.

We've had some pretty good weather lately with highs around 70F (21C) so we sit outside in the evening watching the sun set.  The other night we had a hummingbird join us enjoying the sunset.
Here's a shot of the last full moon rising above Mount Charleston just at sunset.
This is a pretty desolate area but it sure can be pretty!  We are agreed that if it weren't for the mountains surrrounding the basin we probably wouldn't be living here. 

Last photo for the day:  we had a young hawk stop by to bath.  The other birds sure stayed away while he/she was around! 

Thanks for stopping by.  Have a good one.

2 comments:

Croft Randle said...

You live in a beautiful area Don. Thousands of us spend tons of money driving down to enjoy it for a few months while you have it year round!

Don said...

Thank you! I've got to say that Vancouver Island is a pretty darn beautiful area too. Different but fantastic.