Roses are red, these flowers are blue, clicking the pics will increase your view.
A million flowers on a bush. But don't take my word for it, you need to count them yourself.
It got up to 95° today, which is pretty hot for almost the middle of September. Fortunately, the humidity was in the single digits, so it wasn't as bad as the temperature would indicate.
But it is starting to cool off now. A couple of weeks ago, daytime temperatures were mostly in the 90s, now they're mostly in the 80s, and night times are getting down into the 50s. Which around here means that it's only 90 for a couple of hours, and by sundown, it's getting chilly, and when I get up in the morning, I have to turn on the heater for an hour or so to take the chill out of the Arctic Fox.
Every day I do something to get the bronco ready for me to live in this winter. Some days I accomplish a lot; some days, not so much. But, at the moment, I'm trying to create storage in the bronco where there is none, and at the same time, I don't want to damage the bronco in any way because when I go to sell it, I have to put it back the way it was. So this means I can't be tearing out walls or doing anything permanent. And, by the way, I don't want to be spending much of any money on this project either.
And so far, what that means is I can make some places for storage, but it doesn't look all that great, but how it looks is not high on my list of things to be concerned about.
After I get some storage problems sorted out, I will turn my attention to the truck's back seat, which has a tremendous amount of space since it's a crew cab. But it's not a very usable space since everything is just piled on the floor. So I'm thinking of taking out the remaining half of the split seat, having taken out the first half of it a couple of years ago, and building some shelves so I will have more than one flat area to put all my stuff.
It seems like a pretty easy project, but there again, I have to make sure I can do this without permanently damaging the truck, so I can put it back to normal if the need should arise.
Blue wild flower.
A prehistoric Heliosaurus bird flew directly over my head the other day. This bird long thought to be extinct, was the first bird to learn to hover, and it learned to hover so well it never went anywhere to meet any female Heliosaurus's they all just hovered in one spot until there were none left.