Cats playing bass and dead things from the woods
Since Scott has been home, I have been sitting around, watching a lot of TV, reading on his Kindle, and taking tons of photos of the cats. I have also joined an all-lady cover band. And Nelly helps me play bass.
I have also been taking hikes in the woods, using my walking stick. Since I broke my leg a few years ago, I have used a cane occasionally, but this is my first honest-to-goodness walking stick, and it is glorious. I will post a review of my walking stick one day soon.
On my last hike in a park near Rockethaus, I found this raccoon skull.
So that is pretty good. I believe my walking stick contributed to that, but I do have a sharp talent for finding dead things in the woods.
Scott and I have been working on hardcore dehoarding, which isn’t terribly photogenic OR interesting. But I still have some backed up posts to get to soon.
June-y progress report:
Rockethaus has a groundhog.
And a family of raccoons.
Inside the house is quiet and warm and quietly shifting around to work better.
The garden is doing okay. Between my rushed tilling job this spring, torrential rain the week after I planted, a week of absence (and no water) in May, and SOMEONE eating the heads off one plot of beans, I’m counting myself lucky to have a bit of lettuce here and there.
Next on my plate: the annual killing of the wasps.