Then two Pinyon Jays landed on the same spot. One was twisting his head quizzically toward the feeder, and I was ready and hoping to get the shot if he tried to feed from it. But he and his companion jumped up to the higher limbs then flew away.
Tons of rain still. I don't know how long the summer monsoons last here because in 2012 I headed north into Colorado and missed most of it, I think.
|Look at how the wind is blowing the hummingbird feeder.|
Last night a little after 10 I was in bed listening to the radio, which is right by my pillow. The rain was so hard on the roof, I turned up the radio all the way and couldn't hear it. I finally turned it off and the noise on the roof made it hard to sleep. Finally it slowed down.
|Raindrops bouncing off the street. The street was WET and the drops were BIG.|
Boy, I'm so glad I don't have any leaks. This summer has sure been a good leak testing time with all the rain, and it's been blowing from all sides.
|Look at the rain pouring down the windows.|
I am still enjoying the rain and finding the storms exciting. I'm sure glad I like rain.
From me and Katie, have a great Tuesday, everyone! :)