Our 2018 was filled with a few short RV trips, Daytona 500, parades, festivals, Universal Studios Orlando, gardening, Georgia Bulldogs, wildlife, beaches, mountains, and lots of fun!
Five years ago we were wandering around Alaska in our RV. As we traveled I was always on the lookout for wildlife and we saw plenty of it.
Along with the many land and sea animals, I enjoyed seeing the birds. The Bald Eagles were my favorite and there were more Bald Eagles than I’ve ever seen anywhere else. We saw them perched in trees, soaring overhead, and even in a nest in front of the Homer Post office. The most unusual sighting was seeing one fly right beside the truck as we drove along the Homer Spit. I was so busy watching him keep up with us that I didn’t get a chance to take his picture!
Inspired by Ingrid’s Wandering Wednesday photo prompt – birds
My butterfly garden is full of colorful blooms and the butterflies are starting to take notice.
The birds continue to come by daily.
Linked to Ingrid’s Wandering Wednesday – Flowers
I have lived within a few miles of the Atlantic Ocean for most of my life. A dock connects our back yard to a tidal creek.
At low tide, there’s just a trickle of water in the creek.
During the low tide, wading birds walk along the creek bed searching for food.
When the tide is high, it’s a different world.
At the mouth of the creek we enter a river and explore the coastal waters.
And during the summer, when the tide is just right, we can catch fresh blue crabs for supper.
This post was inspired by Ingrid’s Wandering Wednesday.
During the five years I’ve been blogging I’ve posted hundreds of photos. Here are just a few of my all-time favorites .