Thursday, January 20, 2011

What I'd Like to do Today

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I'm taking the day off. Sort of. I've been down at Curt's helping with chores, cleaning stalls, riding horses, and of course working with Tika, nearly non-stop for the past few weeks. But not today. Today, just as soon as horses were watered & fed, and immediately after I finished my mug of hot chocolate topped with whipped cream, I headed for home. City Boy asked what we were going to do today. I didn't have a plan...but now I think I do. It's eagle season in the Pacific Northwest, and I'm going to see if I can talk him into a drive up river. Ought to be great fun in the rain!

What are you doing today?

8 comments:

Judi said...

I'm workinkg...

In the last few years, eagles have moved to the Cleveland area and there is a nesting pair very close to where we ride. It is quite a special thing to see a bald eagle.

gtyyup said...

I'd much rather be with you two! I'm doing the financial report the the cutting club...and Horsefly. Look forward to some good photos from you!

Jeni said...

I watched it snow... a lot. and it's still snowing... a lot.

And I worked from home so not all that bad

Michelle said...

Still working and inputting students' grades. UGH!

lytha said...

we were thrilled to see a couple of bald eagles flying overhead at discovery park in seattle, and then one flying over haiku farm on our visit to arlington.

so majestic, you don't see those in germany.

~lytha

AKPonyGirl said...

When I first moved to Alaska I was thrilled to see all the bald eagles. We even took a trip to Homer to see the eagle feeding frenzy on the Spit. After being here for a while I started seeing eagles in a different light. Best place to watch the eagles? In the winter, in the dumpster behind the fire station and the grocery store.

Today I must finish my plow route after the 4" snowfall yesterday then continue preparing for lambs that are due the first week of February.

Merri said...

any day with an eagle is a good luck day!
- The Equestrian Vagabond

nikki said...

Love the pictures! I recently got some of a bald eagle too. Pretty exciting to see them. They're so fun to watch.

I nominated you for the "Stylish Blogger Award". I've always enjoyed keeping up with your blog and mustang adventures. :)