Sunny Daze with Scooby describes what life is like here lately. We are in a drought emergency statewide and everything has dried up. The sky is blue and cloudless. [My photo Mt Rainier. (elevation 14410 ft or 4392 m)] Now it is very warm and as much as Scooby got prepared to go for a walk as you see, it is better to stay inside out of the sun and try to stay cool. He is a bit disappointed. He gets carsick so no airplane rides if that is what you are thinking. A scenic one hour flight is $100 which includes a hamburger and fries at the Top Gun Bar & Grill adjacent. I do not know the cat $ rate.
Reflections of the past shows some pre-Wordpress blog photos from the old days. I started blogging in 2010 or maybe 2009 I can’t remember. The old blogs are deleted long ago. I also deleted most of my WordPress 2013 and 2014 posts to gain free storage space. The photos today are from 2010 and 2011 Opie and Zeke in no particular order. They were younger then: so were we all and much happier as well. . . . The featured photo is new: Mt. Rainier with a cloud cap. Good News: COMMENTS Allowed again on new posts!
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Today’s post shows Zeke and Scooby and Opie The Cats on Voodoo Island!
This post is titled “A Day in the Life (2)” and has a gallery of me and all the cats in various activities. The featured photo is Mt. Rainier by me, of course.
“Potpourri in a photo sense” is just a collection of a few unrelated sense-less photos. I been losing the plot lately due to “things”! It’s this or nothing, so here goes:
Note the “Painted” fall leaves on the ground. A scary Halloween decoration? Not my house.
Afternoon Mt. Rainier. Sorry, no Mountain News today! New post Saturday.
Welcome to another edition of the Morning Mountain News, coming to you from a WalMart parking lot in Puyallup, WA! Sorry about the light poles in the picture–no Ansel Adams photo prize today! Got a lot of things to show today. Our roving reporter was sent out to the Washington State Fair in Puyallup. For many years I lived next to it, if you Washingtonians can believe that, and I attended more times than I can remember. A lot to show today, so let’s get going!