I love autumns in Southwestern Idaho. Our nights are down in the forties, but out days are still hitting the high seventies and even the low eighties. Leaves are starting to turn. I run my space heater on my cold feet in my office in the morning. I run the air conditioner to cool down the house again in late afternoon. Yeah. It’s a little crazy.
This week, the California Quail returned, en masse. We had about two dozen adults and teenagers in the common area behind our yard. And then someone told them the finches and sparrows drop lots of seeds in our yard, and so they dipped through the openings in our gate and made themselves at home. I took over 150 photographs (don’t you love digital cameras, knowing that it won’t cost you to have bad shots developed?). Here are just four of them.
And before I sign off and get back to my revisions, I need to tell you to mark your calendars for the Autumn Christian Fiction Scavenger Hunt. You could win a Kindle Fire HDX or over 30 new novels and/or any of the bonus giveaways being offered by the authors. Come join us beginning at noon MDT on Friday, October 17. The hunt ends on Sunday evening at 11:59 pm. Stop #1 is on my web site at http://www.robinleehatcher.com.
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