Seedlings are taking off in different stages around the mouse-house.
It's time to plant the tomatoes and soon the sun-flowers will be ready.
The burn ban was finally lifted in the Ottawa area so we had a huge fire at the back of the property yesterday.
Two big piles of old wood and brush were burned. Any wood that still looked good and could be used for future fence posts was saved.
Two more left to burn and one growing pile of metal to dispose of.
Soon, it should not look like Hillbilly Heaven out here. *grin*
Country dog doing his bit.
While the fire burns he rips sticks apart.
Where have my Chickadees gone?
I'm used to seeing 30 or so flitting from tree to tree.
Yesterday there were none. :(
I fear the Cooper Hawk was hanging around while we were away. I haven't seen it since returning. Also, I'm not sure if friendly Dave may have been over to the feeders last week.
Could that be enough to send them away?
I'm hoping they return as the feeders have provided food for them since last Fall.
I miss them.
This is a Mother's Day card from my youngest.
Suitable for framing. :)
I hope you are enjoying some beautiful Spring weather. It is sunny again today so I think I'll take a walk around and try to capture our stone fence to show you.
Have a great day.