Hello everyone. This is The Daily Bone and I'm your ebullient doggie reporter Chester L. W. Spaniel.
Our area has been officially declared a drought zone! We have very few flowers. The grass is all brown, and it's not from doggie pee. Ghostwriter refuses to waste water on the lawn, and is only watering the small sections of her flower garden that survived her absence when she was in the hospital two weeks ago.
There was a tiny, little baby birdie hiding in the clemetis vine. Do you see him?
Here's a hummingbird moth in the bee balm.
Can you see that evil squirrel hiding in Joey's pear tree? Grrrr! The pears were mostly small and scrawny because of the dry weather. But there are still a couple good ones. I'm doubling my surveillance now.
But the opening ceremonies for the Blogville Pawlympics is today! Hooray!
Here are some links to start the fun:
Chester my peeps 200% agree with Ghostwriter about watering grass during this hot hotter and hottest weather. Thankfully our lawn is well established and it will come back. Water is to precious and EXPENSIVE (here)!! We have some potted flowering plants that is all that gets water. Your flowers are lovely!ReplyDelete
I'm so excited about the Pawlympics...hugs Madi your kitty friend
Those are some beautimous flowers Chester!!ReplyDelete
Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo
Chester, we're glad Joey dog came home and stay with his old siblings. :) :)ReplyDelete
Yes, it's hot and humid here, too! Stay cool, our friend!
Momo & Pinot xo
My Lee says she is not giving up and waters our flowers every day. We have wonderful yellow finch birds that are eating the seeds from our cone flowers and hummingbirds on our trumpet vine. Chester L. W. Spaniel maybe the rains will come soon.ReplyDelete
Sweet William The Scot
Hello Sweet William The Scot! Welcome to The Daily Bone. The gold finches sure do like cone flower seeds around here too! We're still watering our few remaining flowers. We keep expecting rain, but it just passes over us! We get summers like this every few years.Delete
Chester, did you take those photos? They arrr pretty!ReplyDelete
Louis Dog Armstrong
We usually have a hummingbird hawk moftie on the jasmine but we haven't seen one this year so you are very luckyReplyDelete
Loves and licky kisses
Princess Leah xxx
Our Auntie Linda said the last time she saw a hummingbird moth was in the UK, years ago! We were amazed it didn't fly away while we were taking pictures of it.Delete
Its hot here also, sweetie. stella roseReplyDelete
We are very dry here too. We haven't had rain in around 50 days! See you at the opening ceremonies!!ReplyDelete
Murphy & Stanley
It has been a very dry few weeks here too. Maybe some rain this weekend. We are so sad when we come to visit and don't see Joey, but we are happy to see he is back home again. Have a good weekend.ReplyDelete
Woos - Ciara and Lightning
OMD OMD you got a PICTURE of a Hummingbird MOTH.... In OHIO we have only ever seen a FEW over the years... NONE so far in Pencil Vane E Ah... WHAT A SUPER CATCH THAT WAS....ReplyDelete
WE are in the SAME Drought thingy YOU are... SOUTH of us they get LOTS of Rain... and WE don't get a DROP... MAYBE tonight... Our Veggies are SUFFERING...
OMD OMC... the PAWLYMPICS are STARTING.... they are gonna be ASTOUNDING... and ALL the Blogville Athletes will be WINNERS... GO FUR THE GOLD...
Bring on the Athletes... LET THE GAMES BEGIN !!!
It'll be a blast!ReplyDelete
Your flowers are so pretty. Keep working on scaring that rotten squirrel away. We've been watering our plants like crazy too.ReplyDelete
You look happy in the last picture! :)ReplyDelete
Flowers are looking pretty still :) Keep that squirrel in check Chester! So excited about the Pawlympics!!!!ReplyDelete
our lawn is half brown too and the flowers don't look so good. We are on our own well and we still can't keep things green in this hot dry weatherReplyDelete
Mr BAiley, Hazel & Mabel
We love, love, love your smile in the last photo, Chester! Our mom won't waste water on any flowers or grass either - only the flowers and grass at Mitch's resting place.ReplyDelete
We are in drought too...but its now officially busted...our gauge said 4 inches yesterday and we had more today. Yikes! At least now our grass looks nice again. But this will make the weeds get enormous...boo!ReplyDelete
We see those moths on rare occasions. They look kind of scary!