Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
That must be a very welcome sign Lois! P.s. Talking about grandchildren.. We will be welcoming our first at the end of March.. Soooooo excited :)
Pretty as a picture! I haven't seen any robins here yet, but that may be merely because of my failing eyesight! :)I don't think the groundhog's predictions apply to Florida anyway...they're for the northern parts of the country...right?
In spite of all my whining about winter, we really haven't had much of one here in Portland! Amazingly mild for the first of the year!! Mind you, I'm not complaining!!! We still have a wealth of birds stopping by my feeder everyday! They have no problem lighting on the windowsill in front of my desk and reminding me that their feeder is getting low on food!! I love them all!! Have a great week, Lois!!
You're a lot further south than we are, so we're not going to see robins for a long, long while yet.Terrific shot!
I'm going to trust your opinion on this one!
"Are you back for good?" "Missed ya!"
Hurray! We haven't seen robins yet, and the daffodils aren't even blooming! They usually bloom in late January.
It's always exciting to see the first robin.
Hi Lois, A few years ago migrating Robins stopped by our yard, but due to habitat loss they no longer visit. That's the down side of development.Be well, be happy :)
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