|Tiny patch of the b'jillion acre Mendocino Botanical Gardens|
|And a few fishies whom were also spared my interest|
Here are some of Sean's hangings.
|This hanging features Scarlet Macaw tail feathers|
|This is AWESOME!|
Amusingly enough, Jo was never too thrilled with Sean's hangings. I never asked her, but I think she didn't appreciate the work's ability to gather dust, cobwebs and feature bones, odds and ends. As for myself though, I guess I've got enough boondock appreciation in me to think it's all pret-ty cool.
I spent a fair amount of time birding in the laziest possible manner - sitting near the picture windows in the livingroom, watching Ospreys and flocks of Violet-green & Cliff Swallows float by. A Great Blue Heron and Mallards used the pond.
|A natural little pond just across from the house|
I did drag myself away from the window one afternoon, driving myself down to Mendocino.
|View of the sea from the little village shops|
|View along the shop fronts|
Oh, and I bought this HUMONGOUS smoky quartz crystal, from Nepal. Coincidentally, later in the day I heard about the horrible earthquake in Nepal.
One other thing is Barbara and I visited Jo at her work place at KUNK FM Fort Bragg, a radio station. She got a job there a while back and really enjoys working there and learning all about how radio stations operate. Myself, of course, I just LOVE the station's name: The Skunk FM. It was awesome visiting her there.
|Jo learned the ropes at the Skunk FM|
|Fynn, enjoying his new home|