Monday, August 19, 2019

Hounds To Tired To Do Anything


The day arrived early and the sunrise was fantastic to see develop. With temps at 72° it still felt cool that early in the morning. As usual the day activities would be planned as I go, nothing solid. I think you can tell what kind of day it was when you see what the hounds did for most of the day. I didn't know that their Sunday road trip would make them lazy today.




By the time we were back from the morning walk ... the sky had brightened up quite a bit.





Stella waited until that first cup of coffee was finished.


After we cross the street for the walk we have a better view of the sun rising. Today I brought my camera because I was looking for some plant ideas for my yard. Nothing that grows too tall but would add some color.







It was a short 17 minute walk but Stella didn't take long to get  back to sleep.


Heidi had not moved and was in the same spot as she was when I asked her if she wanted to go for a walk. She barely opened her eyes to acknowledge my question ... I took that as a 'no.'



Today's photos were taken with the Canon G9X ... I edited out the black spot that must be on the sensor ... how it got there, I have no idea since the lens does not come off.

Not many words today ... the day passed fast and it was already time for baseball before I knew it.

97° today in the Wild West ... so much cooler compared to Phoenix or Tucson.

12 comments:

  1. The white moonflower is toxic to animals. Scratch that one.

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    1. Thanks for letting me know. I think we had these in the field back in 'the tropics' ... would that have been possible?

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  2. If that was an oleander in one of the pics, check its characteristics before choosing one of them.

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    1. Thanks. Looks from some of the comments the oleander will not be an option.

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  3. My old model G9 grabbed spots frequently and it could not be opened either. I finally threw it away.

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    1. That's an expensive throw away but its a frustrating spot. I've come close of throwing in general.

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  4. Oleanders are poisonous to dogs!

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    1. Thank you. I looked that up under images and was surprised it was that bush of red.

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  5. Agree with Middle Class American that oleanders are poisonous to dogs, cats, and many other animals.

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    1. Hard to believe because I see that in many yards around town.

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  6. Just don't put in anything with orange blossoms. Pink or red would look better. Just my opinion.

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