Out early for my two mile stroll to enjoy the quiet fog, listen to the few resident birds, smell the fresh air and observe the local scene and possibly greet the passing neighbors on their way to work.
I walked to the end of the road to observe the homestead with its old red out buildings and barn. The old house on this property is painted white and is a comfy home for its present occupant. The deciduous tree leaves are changing their colors which make this entire scene a lovely setting among the old buildings and fir trees. This a.m. the early white chicken was resting on the window sill (no glass) probably enjoying the view over the field before laying its egg for the day.
Along the way a little brown bird (LBB) had landed on a bracken fern branch hopping around its branches pecking at the seeds. I could not identify the bird but it had a screechy cry or call louder than a hummingbird’s. Then, walking through a field near the homestead, I noticed that the daisies and dandelions were still blooming probably the last remaining bloomers before the weather turns colder.
Just a note: I just changed the header on my blog and in so doing I accidentally deleted my blog by choosing the wrong selection during customizing the blog. Yikes! I apologize for the difficulties my followers and non followers may encounter and I hope you’re able to receive this post.