We moved to Tinker AFB near Oklahoma City, OK. All of the following photos are from our last day at USACE Washington Cove on Copan Lake near Bartlesville, OK. We would have stayed longer but the park closed on October 31.
We took advantage of the perfect fall weather by spending a lot of time outdoors. We walked around the park and sat outside with all four cats. It was so sunny with light jacket temperatures that even the leaves seemed to be reluctant to acknowledge that fall was here.
Very few of the trees were changing their colors. I bet the area around the lake is gorgeous when the fall colors finally arrive. The wild life was very busy around us. Squirrels gathering acorns with a large variety of water birds stopping by the lake on their way south. We even saw one Great Blue Heron fishing along the beach. He did not like us stopping to watch him and would take off squawking the whole time. Sigh! SO nice!
|Warm enough for fungi|
Too bad we had to leave. It was so peaceful. Most of the sites were empty making it even more enjoyable for the cats to get out and do some exploring.
I decided to use my Fish-eye lens to get close-ups of the cats. Plus, this lens captures more of the background while getting photos of the cats. So, some of the photos are a little bent or distorted.
Dusty was loving the wide open spaces by running full speed towards one of us...
He never strayed very far from one of us. Every once in awhile he would follow Squirrel, but for the most part...
He was looking for attention from one of us in between eating grass or rolling in the dirt.
Squirrel on the other hand, wanted nothing to do with us. There was too much to explore especially in the bushes in such a short time. One of us had to follow him constantly to keep him from wandering off. He doesn't like it when we tell him to go back.
now I'm getting the panting growling threat. Squirrel doesn't know we are onto his "all bark and no bite" threats. grrrr!
On The Cutting Board
I'm slowly getting a few mug rugs done. All of the embroidery has been done on all five in the below photos and they are ready to be layered.
I want to finish the owls first before I pull out the sewing machine. I want to make a day of sewing and ironing now that we have full hook-ups again. We are here for the next 10 days so I should be able to find time to finish a few of them.
Now that we are back to a populated area, it is time to do some shopping! We both need to stock up on a few of our favorite brands that we ran out of while staying in South Dakota and Kansas. A shopping we will go!