The cold is flying my way. But today, with my window’s shutters tilted upward against the brightness of the south sun, there is NO WAY that I can complain about the cold.
But after tonight, the next 6 nights are forecast to be in the 20’s and 30’s, with a good bit of rain sprinkled over several days. This “maybe once or so a year” freezing cold arrives tomorrow night.
I still have no complaint with this forecast. This summer Texan loves these winter days. BUT, this is not the week to head out in the RV.
And today is NOT the day to spend time on the computer. The winter sun and high of 62 degrees beckons me to go for a long walk on one of the local greenbelts.
So I thought I’d pause and share these photos of a teenage Herring Gull, flying my way, from one of my recent daytrips to the Texas City Dike.
These photos fall into my category of “shoot at flying objects and something good may happen.”
There is an amusing (and amorous) back-story to these photos, including why this Gull flew my way. I’ll share those photos and story soon.
The story will be of an overly amorous couple (non-Gull) that caught the attention of this teenage Herring Gull and this second half-century Gal. So note the "bird's eye view" in these photos; there was something that definitely caught this teenager's attention:
Hope my RVing friends have full LP tanks and good furnaces!
May your winter’s day be birdy!