Migration is going on full bloom for the birds ~ flocks of geese can be heard both day and night - they're getting out of here when the getting's good. Time to head south to warmer weather. Last night was a feather ruffler. It was very windy and along with the wind blew in the snow. Yes ... I said the "S" word. We got our first dusting of snow.
I think Mr. Robin wasn't too happy with it this morning either. I'm sure the worms are crawling south too. Time to fly away from here Mr. Robin before we get more of the white stuff.
Yesterday we spent some time in the woods ~ bringing in some more firewood. Dear Hubby uses our 4-wheeler like a skidster. Hooking a chain on to the log then pulling it out to the trail where we have a trailer waiting to cut it up and haul it home.
More pics from yesterday ~ out in the woods.
This pretty little Gray-cheeked Thrush was a curious little bugger. He kept hopping around us the whole time while we were making wood.
There are quite a few of them around right now too ~ on the migration route to warmer weather for the winter months. They migrate from Canada all the way down to Central and South America.
Until next time ...
So it goes in my neck of the woods.