A Warm Day In January

Odd warm weather for mid-January. Wearing a light jacket to start the day. We did get a few glimpses of sunshine early and towards dark. The fisherman came out in numbers. All the boat action moving the pelicans off the river and back over Barkley dam to the lake. Bank fisherman kept the kingfisher I have watched for the last two days from using his spot. Not much eagle action at the river. I saw one eagle pick up a fish. No action at the eagle nest either. I checked another eagle nest but they were not home. Did jump several ducks in that cove. A visit to the heron rockery showed not much happening there either. A little early for the heron to get serious about nesting. Looking back at some old pics to find a flashback photo for today I noticed many snow pics. If you asked me I would have guessed we usually had more snow in January but by my pics from the past five years February is the snowy month. Don’t like to think about that when it was so comfortable out yesterday. Today’s flashback photo is granddaughter Harper from a couple years back. I like her pose, it reminds me of my drill sergeant.

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Today’s Flashback Photo Harper

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2 Responses to A Warm Day In January

  1. I’ll bet Harper will fill those boots one day.
    It must be warm there. I’m surprised to see so many turtles in January.
    Of the last few winters February has been a brutal month twice, with bitter cold and feet of snow. I’m hoping that doesn’t happen this year!

    • Grampy says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      Harper might she is growing fast. Today it was 70, geez when ol’man winter comes back it will harder to take. People were out everywhere I went. I hope not too, every February we start thinking spring. I was surprised looking through old pics that we had more snow in February, I would have thought of the top of my head January.

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