Here’s Frankie to start us off. These pictures are all from October and November; most of these leaves are gone but I got their pictures before they absconded! And we still have fall color out there! (And several more creek and forest trips in the camera and phone!)
These days we designate an outdoor evergreen as our Christmas tree. This perfectly-shaped cedar has grown really tall since last year. It’s on the other side of the creek, so we view it from a distance. Years ago when younger, we’d find ways to cross the creek but that was well, years ago.
So Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, and Happy Holidays!
That’s cool with us, say Boss and Lynxie who have yet to climb a tree, indoor or outdoor.
Though it’s not a large creek, we are now too creaky to slog across or walk to the rapids where we used to cross on the rocks.
Moonpie and Stripey are buddies!
Our friend’s beautiful Shelley, mewing.
And here’s Stripey who took time out of his busy schedule to creep up on my book and check it out thoroughly. Stripey meows that every one should get Catwoods during the holiday season either for gifts, or winter reading. It’s a long book, about 363 pages.