Friday, January 8, 2010

Delightfully Brisk Weather!

The birds are looking a bit frosty this morning... Usually I prefer to eat them, but, they looked so cold this morning that I scattered my food for them, instead.


Stella said...

Delightfully brisk, Ransom? Where in the heck are you? We are having 15 below F Zero and 45 below zero wind chills, nothing delightful about that at all.

Nice of you to fatten up the birdies for yourself though.
Do you let the little Ninjas see you eating birdies?


Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

I hope the delightfully brisk weather is treating woo well!

How nice of woo to skhatter some kibble fur your birds!

Mom filled our feeder a bit ago so they are happy little flappers!


bbes tribe said...

Looks pretty chilly where you are. It is raining here. The birds are looking pretty well fed, thanks to you.
Ernie & Sasha

Ransom said...

It is 12 degree COLDER here than it is in Nome, Alaska this morning...I did notice that when I compared my temperature with Gabby's!

Nome's been having a veritable heat wave lately compared to us in the Lower 48!

Jean said...

How kind you are Ransom! I sure hope you have fun on your trip!

achieve1dream said...

Pretty bird. What kind is it?

Ransom said...

Beats me! All I know is that kind of bird is better warm!

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