Yesterday and today I took a morning bike ride. With the rainy season still here I have to take bike rides when it is fit. The last while it rained in the late afternoon or evening, so the evening bike rides can get a bit iffy. Yesterday morning I watched this big flock of birds getting their meal. This morning only a few birds were here, digging deep for the last of the goodies.
A dozen of these birds were the Rosetta Spoonbills. Overhead about 2-3 dozen parrots came landing in on a tree, being as loud and noisy as their reputation.
This morning at the end of my street met this squirrel with a brand new shiny pinecone. I sort of think she cut off the pinecone as there is no reason a healthy looking green pinecone should drop on its own. Anyway she wasn't about to give up her prized cone when I came biking up, so she bit into it firmly and managed to get it across the street out of my reach.
The Pioneer bus came in today.
Homer and Fannie Lambright came back.
Menno Bontrager and his wife returned home. The squirrels will be happy to have Menno come back as he normally fed them in the morning, whereas I feed them in the evening.
I should know these two who were also on the bus, but I can't think of their names.
Tonight there was shuffleboard going on at the park, which is the normal for almost every evening. Tim Miller is playing tonight.
Mother and daughter from north of Elmira Ontario.
Kenny Kennel and Art Eigsti playing on this end of the game.
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