Lovely Scout

8 12 2019

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A few weeks ago, we had this beauty as a houseguest for a week.

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Sad puppy dog eyes

7 12 2019

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Lobo shows up to entice me to feed him. I try to avoid his sad, puppy-dog gaze. I tell him I’m working and I’ll be with him in just a minute.

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He goes away, and then comes back a few minutes later. Apparently he can tell time.

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Upstaged

7 12 2019

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Lobo wonders why his little brother Queso gets more exposure than he does.

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Queso-gram: Downward facing cat

7 12 2019

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Queso-gram: Namaste

7 12 2019

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Daily tripping hazards

7 12 2019

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Nandina berries

6 12 2019

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I photographed these beautiful Nandina berries outside a church-turned-antique-artists place near the book fair. I was pretty certain they were Nandina berries, but in my web research, I discovered that Nandina domestics berries are actually POISONOUS to birds that frequently eat them (as well as cats, dogs, etc.). This article recommends either removing the plants entirely or at least cutting the berries off when they appear if you want to keep the shrubs (which have beautiful fall coloring).

Read more here.

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