Farm Update And At The River

Woke up to a squalling kitten a few days back. Someone had dumped it I guess and it was starving. After a few days of good food it is looking better. It is gentle and loving and I told the gals if they got it neutered we could keep it. Oliver they named him. He is a bird watcher it looks like. Will get him in trouble if I catch him giving chase. All the rain has put a stop to most work on the farm. Garden is mostly planted but want to plant some flower plots of zinnia, cosmos, and sunflowers. Made a trip to the river where I took the rest of the pics today, the area opening up after being shut down for the virus. Will pick up two grandkids this morning so posting this week is iffy…

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6 Responses to Farm Update And At The River

  1. I like the blue eyes on the kitten. I don’t know why someone wouldn’t want him.
    I also like the dancing herons.
    Great shots!

    • Jim says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      It seems obvious that the kitten had been handled. I would guess it between two and three months. For it to shop up here someone had to dump it off. The herons were facing off after one dropped the fish in the rip-rap. Thank You…

  2. Kathy Dennis says:

    Wow! That biggest fish must weigh as much as the Osprey!

  3. ellen says:

    The Falcon stretches, feels like I do right now. Stretching out all the tight spots that don’t want to move first thing in the morning. Such a cute kitten, people are thoughtless and they probably haven’t neutered their own cat. So many great pix here, can’t choose favorite.

    • Jim says:

      Ellen,
      The older I get the shorter amount of time before the body gets stiff and requires a stretch upon rising for sure. Thank You, I had a hard time choosing the peregrine pics to post so I posted a bunch I liked…

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