As we sit, instead of traveling down the road to exciting new adventures and exotic places, we have to find things to keep ourselves occupied. And things that are blog worthy. That’s quite a trick.
Looking for blog “fodder” to keep our readers interested and coming back has been a challenge. I try to make things interesting, but I don’t always succeed.
For example, I could go into great detail on Marti’s infected toe and how she has to soak it, but I won’t.
Or, I could tell you how I’m losing my mind over all the paperwork I’ve been dealing with for the Veterans Administration, but I won’t.
Then there was the mad dash to the Post Office to get the VA paperwork mailed before a deadline, but I won’t.
I could write about how all the pollen is slowly changing our silver car to yellow, but I won’t.
Then I could go into detail about how I spent several hours trying to get my SIL’s lawn mower running (bad carburetor), but I won’t.
I even could tell you about two English TV series we’ve been enjoying at night and how the stories are going, but I won’t.
So I decided to put on my best bush hat and set out to take photos of nature all around us. Judy, Karen, Nancy, Sherry and Erin would be proud to see my pictures.
First off was this really large red headed woodpecker that was pecking up a storm on a nearby tree. I snuck up and snapped his picture.
He was there, honest!
Next, a little closer to home, I quietly went over to our hummingbird feeder to capture the little hummers feeding.
Really, there were a bunch of them there. I ‘m not kidding!
Taking a walk around the campground pond, I finally captured an example of a wonder of nature.
Yep, it’s a log with some kind of funny growth on it!
Later, after some careful stalking, I snapped a picture of one of the RV world’s most plentiful birds…the plastic pink flamingo!
With my photographic talent, I’m just waiting the call from National Geographic to join the ranks of their wildlife photographers.
I’ll be sitting here, awaiting their call. It should come any day now. :c)
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