Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Caroline's Day.

I swear I can hear sand hill cranes flying south! They must know it's about to get very cold tonight.



But no matter how hard I try, I can't see them. They are loud, though – like me sometimes!

17 comments:

  1. That would be a neat thing to hear. In Pennsylvania, we hear Canada geese more than anything else.

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  2. Mum just saw some yesterday still out in the fields. They haven't left here yet.

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  3. You know what, Sweet Caroline? We don't even know what a sand hill crane is! But the colds is a good thing--at least *I* think so. I do not care for the hots. Except for you, of course. XOXOXO

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  4. Really? I thought nobody was louder than you, Caroline!

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  5. I hope it is not too cold and you keep nice and warm. It is very mild, but wet here. Usually the Canada Geese have arrived by now, but the only ones here are the ones that decided to stay all year and breed on the marshes. They are very noisy too when they fly overhead.

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  6. Haha, Spitty, we were just thinking the same: we don't know what you heard (though it sounds interesting). We were first thinking that it's just another English word we don't know... but turned out it's more a of a cultural one!

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  7. Your sand hill cranes fly away? Ours are here year round. Can we send ours to you in the spring before they get testy and start to attack the windows of our house again?

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  8. We do not have sandhill cranes here.
    We can tell the colder weather is coming when the leaves change colour
    and fall off the trees. The leaves are almost gone now.
    Caroline, you are not that loud.
    We can't hear you from here ;)
    Purrs Georgia and Julie,
    Treasure and JJ

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  9. Caroline, make sure you snuggle up with your brofurrs to keep warms in the cold weather! ...snort...

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  10. Even I have heard of your reputation, Caroline!! So those bug thingies must be very loud!!! MOL

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  11. So Caroline sweetie, when it gets cold at night do you snuggle with the human peeps or with the brofurs?

    Emma and Buster

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  12. That's a lovely picture of you looking for your noisy birdies! We hope they shut up long enough for you to get some good naps in!

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  13. Que foto bonita! Continue olhando querida, talvez você tenha sorte e consiga avistar um pássaro!

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  14. caroline.....bee say inn thanx ta everee star in de sky.... ya canna see de ROOD, noizee azz burdz.........troo lee......reel lee & troo lee ♥♥♥

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Wowee meowee.