Pictures: Old Shot from 2016.
Weather wise, it is an awesome day. 🙂
Pictures: Here is a shot of a Ash-throated Flycatcher(best guess) and a Dark-eyed Junco (red-backed).
I took this picture here. I am not getting a lot of birds at the feeder but a few.
This is a shot I took while still near Camp Verde. I am thinking this is a Ash-throated Flycatcher and if any one has a some input on this bird, I am listening 🙂
Exercise: We walked about 3.3 miles today. I am happy that I am running around with someone that likes the rule of “lets keep each other honest” 🙂
Pictures: Couple more shots of a Ash-throated Flycatcher.
Weather: Seems we have have had a lot of Hot Spells, Cool Spells this winter here in AZ. Feels like we are in one of the cool spells just now. Could be …. that I am getting older and more fussier! LOL. At any rate I like being warm and this morning I am running my little heater in the RV and it feels mighty fine 🙂 The weatherman says we have 60% chance of rain and it will not top 60° today. However by the weekend it looks like it will be much better.
Pictures: I going with Ash-throated Flycatcher on this bird.
WordPress: I contacted WordPress though their Help and Support tab in the WordPress app (for android) and ask about the likers not displaying right and they say that someone else had contacted them about it and they would keep me informed about it. Okay well see 🙂
Exercise: Walk about 3 miles and rode the bike about 4 miles today.
Pictures: A break from the ruins but there will be more. Here is a shot of Ash-throated Flycatcher that I took in Grants, NM.
Durango: Took a little trip into the city today to do some laundry and a little shopping. It is about 25 miles or so, a lot closer to town then the last place I stayed before this (ain’t that right Barry?) 🙂 My friend Barry that was at Lake Navajo with me for a while didn’t care for being 70 miles from town. It was a bit of a long drive and I didn’t go much unless one my friends went and invited me to go. Had I been there by myself I would have gone very little or left the place much sooner. Thanks friends.
Hummers: I’m seeing lots of Rufous and Black-chinned. My feeder been up just a little over 24 hours and I’ll have to fill it tonight, nice and busy 🙂