These are the 4 holes we dug today, 2 to go, but we were tired, and guess what, we decided to stop (see, we do learn from our experiences!).
This is the picture of my boo boo that some of you were asking for. Doesn't look too bad but I still have a nice lump about the size of my palm; it isn't a lump like a ball rather a lump like a mound. It's a good thing I have a hard head (some would say in more ways than one). I must admit I am more distressed about the amount of grey I see than the boo boo, and sure hope that thing heals up before my hair appointment next week! Those grey's need to be gone!!!
I will close with these green creatures that caught my attention today. This way you don't have to have that picture of my boo boo in your mind for the rest of your evening/day!
This is a Sphinx moth caterpillar we discovered today. Beautiful coloring and interesting details! I am not sure what the moth will look like, as there are many, many green caterpillars. But I am quite confident it is a Sphinx of some sort.
And this is a Katydid. He was cleaning himself on our grill, perhaps preparing for his evening of song. I have been thinking that the loud sound I have been hearing all night long has been Cicadas, but I now know they are Katydid's, which make a 3 & 4 part sound like Ka-ty-did and ka-ty-did-nt. You can hear them from dusk until about 4am (I don't know why they stop at at that time, but they do). Cicadas make the underlying sound, sort of like a very small maraca that stops now and then. Sorry, I don't have a picture of a Cicada, but if I did, it wouldn't work for my green insects section today.)
The mountains have introduced me to so many new and interesting things, have I told you lately that I love this life? I DO!
Thanks for reading my blog, you are the best f/f/r/s/f's, see you tomorrow,