Clicking the pics will expose you to birds..... No bats, just birds.
A couple of geese leaving a pond.
I've completed winterizing the water system in the Arctic Fox, and now I just need to go through some canned goods and see what I want to put in the bronco and what I want to throw away. At the beginning of the Bat flu pandemic, I stocked up on canned goods, some of which I wasn't too thrilled about eating, and now some of them are about to age out on me.
It looks like it's going to be somewhat chilly around here for a few days, with the highs being in the low fifties and dipping a little below freezing Thursday and Friday night. But the weather guessers have taken the snow off the forecast, which often means we've got a better chance of snow now.
I put the bronco back on the truck as soon as I worked up a little ambition. I kind of missed not having it back there; it's really handy having your home with you everywhere you go, even if it's to the grocery store. I didn't feel that way with the Arctic Fox; I didn't feel I was home until I had a special and approved place to Park the Arctic Fox. But with the bronco, I truly feel that almost any place I park is home. And since I can park in a normal parking spot, I don't feel I'm in the way like I did pulling the Arctic Fox.
A pair of Cranes heading South. It won't be long now and I'll be joining them.
With a wingspan over 6 feet, Sandhill Cranes are some big birds
Old courthouse in Fairplay Colorado. And yes there still using it.