Monday, February 12, 2018

Monday morning in Tucson. . . Fire season early



 Yikes !
Dry plants, dry earth and no rain and snow. 
The Fire department said this is what we see at the start of summer not February.


6:30 this morning

 Who is hanging around the neighborhood for several days.
My east side yard is safe but my backyard is just fenced so I have to stay outside with iwinston.

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Here is your pretty (several pretties) for the start of the week.

 Oliver

 My favorite photo of Oliver his eye is so beautiful.

 One

 Two

 Three ... touchdown !


Here is pretty pretty pretty Merida
Miss Marabou !
I lurve her

Have a wonderful start of the week

cheers,  parsnip

14 comments:

  1. That’s a lovely photo of Merida. Can’t believe the fire warnings already!

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    1. We might get some rain in a few days but it will not really help.
      It will be bad bad bad.

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  2. Beautiful kitties, including the outdoor one, but you can't give him or her a belly rub.

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    1. Well I could try but not sure I would get my hand back.

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  3. You too Gayle. We are in the same boat with drought and no rain nor snow. It is very bad where our farm is as it is forest and much downed wood, leaves and grasses. Those flames can reach a hundred feet high. Wildfire is scary and must be extra so for you.

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    1. We will both have bad bad bad summer !
      Hope your Farm and forest will be ok.

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  4. Oh no, fire season early...not good :-( Hopefully some rain will move in your area.
    I love love love the close-up photo of Oliver! He does have such beautiful eyes! And one, two, three, touchdown! photos made me smile big :-) What a sweetheart! Thanks for your comment. I’ll post more baby pics of Goro when I get a chance!
    Happy Monday and have a great week!

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    1. Your kitty photos wear so darling.
      Have no idea what we will do this summer.

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  5. Scary fire warnings. Hopefully that outdoor kitty knows a good rain dance.

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    1. Trying not to think about summer might help.

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  6. Fire and mountain lions--be careful!

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  7. Just wanted to thank you for your thoughtful message that you left at my blog. It's much appreciated. Hard being unwell.

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  8. Yikes on the fire. Our dogs love sun patches.

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