Saturday, March 27, 2010

A Visitor….

Look who popped in for a visit!!  I don’t know what kind of bird she is but she was gorgeous!  She landed on our skylight and was just checking in to see what I was sewing…not much I’m afraid!!

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It was a breezy evening so I don’t know how she managed to hang on – see her feathers getting ruffled.  She stayed for about 15 minutes before sailing off to another RV skylight…better than watching TV!P1060957

It was a laundry day yesterday and everyone and their dog was there!  Speaking of dogs..look at how well trained the dogs are at the Sands RV Dog Park!! ;o)

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Yeah, yeah, I know…it’s a slow News Day!!  I hope tomorrow will be better!

Have a super Saturday and Happy Quilting!!

12 comments:

WoolenSails said...

That is a beautiful bird, how fun to have it visit.

Debbie

Terry said...

I think that's a dove. They are lovely birds! :0)

West Side of Straight said...

Like the bird, but the dog pic was a hoot!

sewmeow said...

What a pretty bird. Hope you enjoy your stay in Desert Hot Springs...pretty area.

Growing Up A Country Girl said...

That is a beautiful bright springy bird! And those dogs look like our pups when they go to dog training --- taking turns.... Ha Ha HaHa!

Darlene said...

HMMMM - not sure about the dogs. LOL

Love the bird- interesting that he/she stayed so long.

Elyte said...

Slow news is good news and the chores have to be done. Hope you have had a good nights sleep.

Pokey said...

What a simple gift, a visit from a dove! Your doggie pic is :-}
pokey

Quilt Hollow said...

You've been visited by a dove. How precious is that?!

Allie said...

What a beautiful bird - and how lucky you didn't need to clean your skylight afterward! LOVE the pic of the dogs, lol!!!!!

QuiltSue said...

The bird is beautiful, but the dog picture just had me in stitches, it was so funny.

Nanci said...

OMG I love the dog photo...can just imagine my westie sitting there...nope...never going to happen..
The bird sure looks to be in the dove family doesn't it? I've never seen one that colour though..Maybe lost from some southern area...global warming.