To now catch up. I ended up with 9 baby chicks, lost one. And then we have been watching carefully, and I believe...
I have seven roosters.
So, life goes on. I will get some pics of them now, this was of two of them when still fuzzy. If you can believe it, they are now almost fully feathered! I will try and get some pictures of the little guys as not-so-little, soon.
Went to Seaside, did my normal photo of socks at the Lewis and Clark Monument. I might have to put the photos I took of the monument on my blog sometime. Oh, and the socks? Yes, you are seeing aright, I am making "Crazy Quilt" socks of leftover yarn. I don't have to knit two, I can mix 'n match any of the ones I make... I can use up leftovers, and it will drive one of the gals at spinning completely bats when I wear them. (The picture is of Lewis and Clark making salt. Thanks to Dad for holding up socks...)
Husband decided to kidnap me, because I hadn't been home to speak of in a bit, and we went for a drive along Highway 11. There was this big patch of white flowers. We couldn't figure out what they were at first, until we came close. This is a plant known as Bunch Grass, or Bear Grass. It probably has other names, but that's what I've heard it called around here. The Mountain Deputy told me it's a pretty valuable item, as it is used both for weaving, and in floral arrangements. I'd never seen it flower before, though.
A little later, we found this little waterfall. I just think it made a nice picture.
And, I figured out how to use the close up on my camera!!!