(That would be my husband's clinic; I'm here covering for his sick secretary.)Thank-you for joining us here for The Boulderneigh Show. ;-) Today's post features birds, blooms, and baffling sheep.
Elvira the rescued Black Sexlink has been making herself comfortable in the nesting boxes lately, although she has yet to deposit an egg. It would be nice if she started paying some room and board, the freeloader.
Last weekend I noticed flickers on both the birdhouses on the east side of our house, so I snapped some photos through my (dirty) bedroom window. Surely they don't think their nest would fit in one of those boxes . . . but better they explore those options than drumming on my house!
Inside, my orchid continues to dazzle. The longevity of these blooms adds to their considerable charms.
Outside, the daphne odora has enough open flowers to perfume the air at the SW corner of the house.
There are insects buzzing around outside; our weather has turned unseasonably warm. Local meteorologists say we could break some records this week; not a good thing this early in the year. We need that snow on the mountains to stay on the mountains for awhile!
That's it for now from . . .