Banjo and I were both excited to get out and move and to see the sights. I'm still trained to visit "the owl place", a stand of thinny eucalyptus trees but I never see owls there anymore. I was happy to see the wise, red-tail there this early a.m., tail ablaze. For years he was the main inhabitant before the opportunistic owls squatted, stole his nest and set up residence.
*thinny def. a cross between skinny and thin, a word my German friend uses, it's perfect don't you think?
The hills are brown and dry, Banjo and I have been seeing spotted fawns with doe's each time we go for our wanders, this one with two.
This morning we lost power after my walk so instead of computer and studio, I worked in my garden and started to wish I was here again. I could build a studio on that sandy bank with a water wheel to power my pickle pot. Eric could catch all our food and I could forage for salad in the warmer months.............dreaming.........obviously the power is back on.
I made a supercool&beutiful ring and I moved it over here . My plan is to make more tree rings this week, so after I reset all the blinking clocks that's just what I'm going to do.
Here's to smooth sailing for me and for you too!
xoxo Ro and Jo